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English Language proficiency whilst training - EASA

Old 31st Aug 2016, 19:27
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English Language proficiency whilst training - EASA

Is there a minimum level of english language proficiency required for students whilst training for an EASA licence?

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Depends on your ops manual. Ours requires a level 4.
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