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ATPL EASA Exams 2009

Old 30th Mar 2021, 13:01
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ATPL EASA Exams 2009

With the EASA ATPL 2009 passes currently being kept active by using an SE - IR on the 7 year rule.

Then considering the change from EASA to UK FCL, how will this effect these exams. As I can see the last time you can use them is Dec 2022 for licence issue ?

I see other threads explaining people are having to take them again as they have missed the cut off date for an IAA license ?
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Old 30th Mar 2021, 19:10
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As I can see the last time you can use them is Dec 2022 for licence issue ?
Why?
So long as you do not let your IR expire by more than 7 years they remain valid however; if you now hold a UK.FCL CPL then you will only be eligible for a UK.FCL ATPL and if you want to change to an EASA licence you may well have to take all the exams again as part of the conversion processs.
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