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Add LV to existing 320 Rating UK EASA

Old 6th Oct 2016, 19:15
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Add LV to existing 320 Rating UK EASA

Hello,

I presently hold a UK EASA ATPL with an expired A320 rating (expired by 6 months)

My new employer requires me to have LV annotated in my rating page before I start employment; my question is what I have to do to acquire the additional LV?

I am LVO rated using an overseas license (ICAO) and understand the CAA will accept this to prove I have undergone the training.

Does anybody know if I can add the LC to the expired rating or will I have to undertake a new LPC/OPC?

Thank you

SIDent.
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Old 6th Oct 2016, 19:54
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In EASA Land lovis is operator-specific. Only the operator can qualify you. Slightly stubborn to ask you for that.
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Old 6th Oct 2016, 20:46
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If you have a previous LPC paper where you can show that you did the section 6 of the test (all the LVO exercices), they might approve it and put it on your licence.

the following LPC (probably during the OCC), the TRE can then sign the revalidation paper confirming the LV is still current as long as your rating is still on the licence.

If not, then you need to do another LPC
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Old 10th Oct 2016, 07:31
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Thank you all for your help.
I believe then I will need to do another LPC including section 6 and submit my overseas license LVO certification to the CAA.

I am asking if anybody knows an EASA TRE A320 who is available at short notice who could facilitate me for such a test?
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