Wed May 30, 2018 8:21 pm #1614694
Flyin'Dutch' wrote:TopCat wrote:Can the same biennial revalidate both an EASA and a CAA PPL at the same time?
Well it may well be possible, but I'm guessing it isn't automatic.
I've had my EASA licence for a while now, and I had a biennial a year ago to revalidate it. But I naively assumed that as I fly an EASA aircraft, it was a one-way trip, so I didn't also get my CAA licence updated.
It would be very nice to fly on my CAA licence in the UK, and therefore not have to carry my licence and passport with me everywhere (it's my only photo-id), and then fly on my EASA licence if I go to France.
So do I have to revalidate my CAA licence with a flight test, now that its two years have expired, even though I'm only half way through my EASA biennial period?