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Old 18th Aug 2021, 00:46
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Genghis the Engineer
 
Join Date: Feb 2000
Location: UK
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I did it in the USA but from EASA CPL to FAA CPL was training as required, one written, one checkride. Same again for my IR. I don't believe that the FAA care where you do these things.

I may be out of date, but I believe that Flightsafety has FAA written exam centres in Paris and Farnborough. After that, find a CFI / CFII as required, and ensure access to an examiner and an aeroplane everybody's licenced to fly.

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