Sun Jan 13, 2019 9:39 am
Well I do not know if it is still possible (if it is, i would assume only for non-easa aircraft) but fading memory of it involved proving to somewhere (LAA?) that you had an nppl-ssea and an icao medical and getting a certificate from "them".
If we end up with a non easa Brexit, UK lapls won't be usable outside the UK. So we will have given up a voluntary "European-plus" licence cross-recognition system (JAR) that worked at both private and commercial level, AND national uk licences allowed to fly to France (which I contend is where most UK based pilots want to visit abroad, if at all), for nothing, less in fact, at huge cost in money and person-hours. Just think how that nppl ssea process could have developed over the past 12 years if we hadn't lost momentum and put a millionth of the effort spent on easa to expand ssea agreements abroad instead
Irv Lee - (R/T & Flight Examiner)
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