View Single Post
Old 17th Jul 2018, 12:01
  #35 (permalink)  
Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: Lancashire & Florida
Posts: 115
Originally Posted by rudestuff View Post
Why would you want an EASA PPL? Just pay the CAA 45 and they will validate your FAA certificate for life...
In my case that's all I'm doing, just busy jumping through the hoops with air law exam and go up with an examiner to check my flying ability. Then it's waiting for the CAA & FAA to verify and rubber stamp the paperwork between each other which will probably be the longest delay in the whole process.
alland2012 is offline