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Old 25th Feb 2019, 12:40
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selfin
 
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Fl1ingfrog, the regulator does not have the jurisdiction to state "this licence is valid for aircraft wherever they may be registered." Besides, the same words appears on a UK Part-FCL licence.

The US will issue a restricted certificate based on any foreign licence meeting ICAO Annex 1 standards. Once issued, the certificate is to be used according to US regulations, not according to the regulations governing the parent licence. Details in 14 CFR 61.75 and Chief Counsel interpretation to Andrew Krausz 2012.

It's also untrue to say UK EASA aircraft can't be flown using a UK non-Part-FCL licence. You may do so at the LAPL privilege level under general exemption E 4843 until 7 April 2020 or earlier. See ORS 4 No. 1293 issued 12 Feb 2019.
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