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Maoraigh1
 
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PPL UK exemption from 90 day rule.

Official Record Series 4 United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority Miscellaneous Air Navigation Order 2009 No: 1087 Publication date: 13 February 2015 General Exemption E 4000 90-Day Rule for Private Pilots
1) 2) 3) The Civil Aviation Authority (‘the CAA’), in exercise of its powers under article 242 of the Air Navigation Order 2009 (‘the ANO’), exempts any person who holds a pilot licence specified in column 1 of the Table below from the condition in relation to that licence specified in column 2. Before commencing a flight pursuant to this exemption the person intending to pilot the aircraft must: a) be satisfied that the intended passenger is qualified to act as pilot in command on the intended flight; and b) inform the intended passenger that the pilot does not have the recency which, but for this exemption, would be required for the carriage of a passenger. On any flight pursuant to this exemption, only one passenger may be carried.
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