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Old 13th Jul 2018, 22:50
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Join Date: Mar 2018
Location: Treviso
Posts: 11
I don't think that people with "bulletproof" carrers will be grounded as the CV problem is not like to change with time (excluding every relevant med condition that could lead to a loss of CV), honestly I never heard of UK pilots who have seen their class 1 refused after this change. Because the lantern tests (Beyne, Spectrolux or HW) are still used nowadays in most of the AeMCs (Italy, Netherlands, Sweden, Spain, France, etc), this could lead to a massive legal action that I think EASA is not willing to face. I think that when EASA will recommend the move to CAD they will use the same legislation path that followed UAE: so basically who have undertaken a lantern or anomaloscope test in an approved AeMC before the CAD entering will be not required to sit the test again. Every opinion about this matter is well accepted!!!
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