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Old 24th Mar 2021, 11:55
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Genghis the Engineer
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Location: UK
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Originally Posted by MrAverage View Post

I'm a bit puzzled, why do you need to fly EASA aircraft in the UK, when there are not very many here?
Because there are more than none?

Ultimately, I'm sticking to my general point here. Anybody who wants to hang on to an EASA licence has reasons that make sense to them, and nobody is exempt from the basic requirement that to fly professionally you must have permissions to work wherever that is. Given the second, there is absolutely no reason to introduce artificial barriers to the first - it's just being difficult for the sake of being difficult.

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