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Old 17th May 2022, 09:51
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They should recognize the hours.

I have been flying for 30 years on an ICAO ATPL and I am working on an EASA license based on my previous experience(all ICAO). The Regulator has authorized me to write exams and do a flight test based on my experience. Presumably they would not have done this if they had a problem with the hours.
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