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Old 19th Jun 2017, 23:15   #1 (permalink)
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Converting ICAO to U.K. EASA licence

Hi All,

Terribly sorry if this is in the wrong forum, but could do with some insight.

Currently have a UAE GCAA ATPL with A380(P2) type rating. I flew the A320(P2) for a good while, and have it on my licence however i'm not current as I haven't flown it in about 18 months.

I've written my 14 UK ATPL exams and have my EASA medical, and will do my skills test soon. I'd like to get my A320 type rating on the EASA licence without doing a full type rating course again in the U.K.

Any ideas on the most efficient way of achieving this?

Thanks team.
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