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Brexit, licences and training

Old 23rd May 2020, 15:01
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Join Date: Jan 2007
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Originally Posted by Peter PanPan View Post
Oh and not to mention the actual form SRG1104 duly filled out with all the ratings on it (5. Ratings Held), so not only did the licensing officer have the "big electronic pot" to refer to, the certified copy of my license but also the form SRG1104 listing all the ratings. Despite all of that, still managed to cock-up. Perhaps things will get more efficient following a no-deal Brexit?
Hi I know its some time since you posted about getting a UK national licence, did you eventually get any luck on adding your type ratings and IR?
Just sent off for mine and a collegue also his which came back without having a rating on and I got email from UK CAA saying type ratings will not be placed on to UK licence.
I guess will have to apply for third licence when EASA change over happens although I would like to exchange that to another member state first.
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