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Old 11th Jun 2018, 09:18
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simone993
 
Join Date: Mar 2018
Location: Treviso
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Originally Posted by akag View Post
Yes Beynes Lantern Test is accepted Europe-wide. Lots of airlines require a local ATPL license though - so you have to convert your ATPL to the ATPL of the country where the airline is. In order to have an ATPL issued in another country, you also need to transfer your medical records to that country. This is however not a problem, as Beynes is accepted by EASA
Thank you!!!
Am I required to present a report of the beyne test that includes test results, machine settings and all the oculistic stuff? Because if itís necessary Iíll ask the AeMC where I performed the test to release me this document and so Iíll be more relaxed for the next renewals or conversion. Do you know if are there problems to convert into CAA UK because in their site they say lantern test are not nowadays performed and not accepted by them. Is it only refer to an-initio candidates?
Thanks!
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