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How to convert ICAO to EASA SFI ?

Old 20th Aug 2018, 18:04
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How to convert ICAO to EASA SFI ?

Hello !

I've checked the FCL.905 and previous threads here but can' t really find the answer.
How would you convert an ICAO A-320 SFI (previously TRI) onto an EASA SFI ? without holding any EASA licence.
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Old 20th Aug 2018, 19:32
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What are you planning to do with it once you’ve got it...who would you be working for?

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You have to meet the requirements of FCL.915.SFI SFI — Prerequisites
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I've got the same issues, did you find any more info?

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