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Type rating endoresment

Old 27th Jun 2021, 09:30
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Type rating endoresment


I am currently undergoing A320 type rating in France. I am holder of EASA FI ATPL and ICAO Kazakhstan ATPL. Is it allowed to add A320 type rating in my ICAO license and EASA license at the same time? Or there any restrictions?

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Old 27th Jun 2021, 23:18
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That's a question for the Kazakhstan authority. If the ATO, SIM and examiner are approved by them then you should be able to get both ratings at the same time. That seems unlikely though.
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well the main question here is if your A320 is in EASA and you want to have it in ICAO or the other way around..
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