Have a go, a practice, the only way to get to know ano-speak: get the ano via http://www.caa.co.uk/cap393
- the way I read it:
1- Skip to PDF page 111 (annotated page 83 in the document) - article 163 at the bottom talks about NPPL and UK PPLs being 'specified licences' for this section.
2- Next page: para (2) at the top says what sort of medicals you can have in "specified licences" in order to.... "to exercise any of the privileges of the specified licence..." (note the ANY)
Go down a tiny bit to (2c) " .. a medical declaration.... " - so you can use a medical declaration if you qualify for one and stick to restrictions
Down a bit further to (5) - the list of things that restrict using a medical declaration with a 'specified licence (ie: NPPL and UK PPL) - training is not in the list, so the 'any of the privileges' noted above must apply.
So... i reckon if you have the privileges in a non EASA UK licence, and you don't hit the restrictions in (5), you can do it
Anything I haven't spotted?
Irv Lee - (R/T & Flight Examiner)
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