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Old 24th Feb 2019, 19:36
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The FAA, in regard to the airman certificate for foreign licenses, refer only to a Part-FCL licence.

The wording in the UK PPL section 1X, Validity is as follows;

"this licence is valid for aircraft registered in the United Kingdom for which the flight crew member is not required to hold a Part-FCL licence."

The licence, to my reading, clearly states the licence is valid only for non EASA aircraft registered in the UK. How can the licence be valid outside the UK unless flying a non easa UK registered aeroplane? Could it be that an EASA aircraft is so only within the EU but outside it is not an EASA aircraft?

However on the front page of the licence the following: "Issued in accordance with ICAO standards"

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