Old 28th Jul 2020, 09:49
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custardpsc
 
Join Date: Jul 2008
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>Custardpsc - your confused and have simply got it wrong. Obviously, if a licence is "suspended", "revoked" or "withdrawn" it is not valid.

I'm not confused, but it is confusing ! the question of validity of an EASA licence for issue of 61.75 isn't considered from the EASA perspective,it is considered from the FAA perspective. They consider an EASA licence to be valid provided it is not suspended etc. You can get a 61.75 issued using either an FAA med and an EASA licence with an expired medical ( which I have done) which requires only the EASA licence to be verified, or using EASA licence and EASA medical in which case both need to be verified. This is covered in internal FSDO procedure docs for the issuance process.
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