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Initial EASA IR Test

Old 11th Jul 2019, 08:34
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Initial EASA IR Test

seen it, know it, but where is the reference to state it must happen in EASA airspace?
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Does EASA posess any airspace?
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Old 15th Jul 2019, 12:52
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ORA.ATO.150 Training in third countries
When the ATO is approved to provide training for the instrument rating (IR) in third countries:
(a) the training programme shall include acclimatisation flying in one of the Member States before the IR skill test is taken; and
(b) the IR skill test shall be taken in one of the Member States.
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Thanks. Knew I had read it somewhere...
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