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Type Rating limitations in EASA-land

Old 20th Dec 2014, 01:24
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Type Rating limitations in EASA-land

I totally understand that EASA restricts an airline pilot to be current on only 2 types at the same time, but does it apply to you bizjet guys as well? Just a curiosity...

Like would it be legally possible to be current and fly a Falcon 7X, 900EX, 2000EASy/S - how many money in recurrents if that was the case? - and... let's add to the list the King Air or a Pilatus just for the sake of it...
Would that be possible in Europe? AFAIK it is in FAA-land.
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Old 20th Dec 2014, 04:41
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You can have as many type ratings on your EASA licence as you wish to have - there is no restriction for only two types.
However there is a restriction to fly more than two types commercially.

@ recurrents: each typerating needs to be prolonged with a LPC licence prof. check within the validity period (no extension).

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Old 31st Dec 2014, 11:34
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Sorry for the sarcasm but...

The best thing to come out of 'EASA land' is the west bound NAT-OTS; just saying.
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