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EASA licencing requirements for non-EASA aircraft

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EASA licencing requirements for non-EASA aircraft

Over on the BizJets forum there was a claim a few weeks ago that there was a recent vote to extend the deadline for non EASA registered aircraft operated by a company based in EASA-land to have EASA licenced crew. There has been no oifficial word on this, but I know some of the people on here are actively involved in such things. Anyone know if this is correct or if it is wishful thinking?


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