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By ikcarusflyer
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I'm hoping someone much more knowledgeable than me on the subject may be lurking in the forums!

I currently hold a CAA LAPL Medical, issued prior to Brexit, and currently valid. Requirements for flight in the EU is an EU Part Med LAPL (which to my understand is what was issued?).

My question, as I can't seem to find an answer anywhere... is what I carry valid for flight in the EU?
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By Flyin'Dutch'
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All UK issued EASA licences and medicals became UK National issued licences (and medicals) past 31/12/20.

A LAPL is not an ICAO compliant licence/medical and therefore you cannot automatically use it to fly outside the UK with a UK issued LAPL/Medical.