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Can I fly an airplane in the UK with an FAA PPL?

Old 10th Jul 2019, 10:13
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Originally Posted by custardpsc View Post
Allan, thanks, I get it now. What you have there technically isn't a validation. Its a declaration. Validations are usually for cpl/atpl and require a skill test/minimum hours etc. If you look at form 2140 it will ask you to confirm you don't have a vailidation !
I'd be interested to know exactly what they gave you in return for your completed form?
My apologies, yes I used the incorrect terminology by saying validation, it is in fact a declaration I've made on SRG2140
As rudestuff says above, you simply receive an email once the CAA have received and processed the documentation required
The email I received simply states what I can and can't do, eg. Flying G-Reg Restricted to day VFR. FAA Certificate holders with a valid IR flying N-registered aircraft may continue to exercise IFR privileges in UK Airspace.
This declaration is valid to 8th April 2020 or the implementation of the BASA agreement, whichever comes first, and is subject to the maintenance of the FAA licence, medical and rating privileges.

And also tells me to keep a copy of the email and copy of the competed 2140 form and carry them with me to produce in the event of a ramp check.

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