Wed Jan 13, 2021 1:21 pm #1819891
SteveC wrote:Full Metal Jackass wrote:SteveC wrote:Try this....
https://publicapps.caa.co.uk/docs/33/CE ... DATION.pdf
The U.K. ANO AUTOMATICALLY validates ICAO licences IN the U.K.
That was exactly the form I linked but the main objection was due to the fact that it states
The United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) renders valid, for the purpose of operating an aircraft on the United Kingdom “G” register outside of United Kingdom airspace,
and doesn't actually validate EASA licences for flying G Registered aircraft within the United Kingdom Airspace so if you could link me the ANO automatic recognition for inside UK airspace, I'd be grateful.
Your EASA licence is issued in accordance with ICAO standards.
https://www.caa.co.uk/Commercial-indust ... -airspace/
For EU issued EASA LAPL (which is non-ICAO) there is an exemption to allow flying G-Reg aircraft within UK airspace, it is on the CAA microsite under the LAPL section. However (bizarrely) you cannot use (say) a German EASA LAPL to fly a D-Reg aircraft in UK airpsace!