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Use of Medical Certificate for another State License

Old 21st Mar 2018, 18:48
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Use of Medical Certificate for another State License

Can medical certificates be used for another State license?

For example:If I hold a UK CAA PPL (A) with an expired medical certificate and have a valid FAA medical certificate for the same class, will the UK CAA accept the FAA Medical certificate instead of the expired UK medical certificate? Cheer all
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Nope, the state of issue of licence must match the state of issue of the medical.
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