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NZ CPL + MEIR to Aussie Licenses, help?

Old 19th Jun 2013, 01:59
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NZ CPL + MEIR to Aussie Licenses, help?

Hi Guys

Was wondering if i could get some info from anyone that has converted there licenses to an Australian one. I know about the TTMRA, but I have a few questions.
I did my MEIR two pilot (dumb i know, but didn't really know any better) and I have been looking for pilot jobs coming up on 8 months now in NZ, so i want to head to AUS.

I have heard you only have one shot at converting your license over, so if i converted would 2 pilot MEIR be a problem there?
Would you recommend getting my MEIR done to single pilot standard before heading over or just do it in Australia at a later date.

I know that first job will be vfr but would having 2 pilot meir limit me in regards to getting that first job?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers.
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Old 19th Jun 2013, 02:10
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Yes, I have.

2 pilot IR is a waste of time. You may as well not have one, employment wise.

Get your single pilot IR done. Saves an Aussie flight test and all the shit that goes with that.

Convert all that to an Aussie licence in one hit.

Not sure about the 1 shot thing. I converted a NZ CPL years ago. Never used it. Then I converted a NZ ATPL over. No big deal, just paperwork and money.
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Old 19th Jun 2013, 09:05
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Hey

Converted mine in 2011 , lots of papers to fill pay some money and then they ( CASA ) will send you the AUS CPL , before you leave NZ get a verification lettr from NZ CAA so that you can sent it with your papers to CASA .

MEIR. I too had that multi Pilot , but I am not aware of the flight test attempts, but mine was lapsed when I converted to Aus CPL, so CASA told me that they can give me a NVFR but cant convert the IR , either I need to get the IR renewed in NZ or else do IREX and a flight test ( SP) to add that to my AUS CPL.

I found the system more helpful and CASA was helpful too, write emails and get it clarified.

Hope this helps

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Old 19th Jun 2013, 11:55
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did my MEIR two pilot (dumb i know, but didn't really know any better)
AFS strikes again?
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Old 21st Jun 2013, 04:51
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^^

LOL

I'm doing multi conversion now after doing SEIFR as two pilot..
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Old 22nd Jun 2013, 16:29
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If looking for a twin job, best to have single pilot. But having 2-pilot will by no means stop you from getting a VFR job, or being able to upgrade to single pilot later on.
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