condor17 wrote:Are Steve's US licences are current ?
If they are ; What are the rules about flying an '' N '' Registered a/c in UK ?
Can he use his US licence ?
1) If the N reg is based or operated in the UK
2) if the aircraft type would be an aircraft subject to EASA if G registered
Then the pilots need easa licences (or validations like the 2140 and 2142 licence check).
Otherwise if it is an N reg just flying through easa land and not based/operated here then normal icao stuff applies, or if it is not an easa type at all, then easa licences not required.
Irv Lee - (R/T & Flight Examiner)
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