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Old 27th Jul 2013, 02:46
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Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: Europe
Age: 46
Posts: 21
I was wondering how you deal with this situation:

If you do finally get a "validated" CPL based upon your home country
CPL/ATPL TR. And as stated from forum members, after 200 hours in a RP registered aircraft you are eligible for a full conversion to a CAAP CPL/ATPL.

While you still dont have these 200h, must necessarily your home country TR/ licence be current or is no longer needed unless you wish to have it current.

Every job opportunity needs plenty of detail planning, and certainly if there is something missing in Philippines is INFO, unanswered emails are quite common, and if lucky and you get an answer each source says a different thing, so even more confusing.
It may be possible at some point to get a position, but dealing with HR is frustrating so far