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And another licensing question?!

Old 28th Jun 2020, 12:24
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And another licensing question?!

The current mishmash has thrown up another question - pilot with (valid) LAPL needs an hour instructional flight and also wants to renew his national PPL, can these be combined, it has been suggested that a test for a non EASA license cannot be used for the hours instruction on an EASA license?
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Old 28th Jun 2020, 13:23
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The requirement for an hour instructional flight disappeared some time ago. The regulation now requires a tolal of one hour flight time with an instructor and could be any number of flights with any number of instructors. This doesn't quite match the latest guidance material which suggests the content of the training should include those items normally covered in a proficiency check.
As this experience requirement is the same for a LAPL and UK PPL there is absolutely nothing to prohibit the same flights and hours counting towards both licences.
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