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Does Hybrid airships demand a specific license?

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Does Hybrid airships demand a specific license?

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Old 12th Aug 2018, 18:41
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Does Hybrid airships demand a specific license?

Hi there, l've just registered to this forum but I'm reading fron a while. l was wondering which license are (will be) required to pilot last gen airship, as aidlander 10/50 or lockeed Martin p791.
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Old 13th Aug 2018, 07:14
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An airships & Balloons one I would guess
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Conversations with the Test Pilots at Hybrid Air Vehicles seemed to suggest that they were flying on an airships licence, although I never asked the question specifically.

I'm guessing a type rating will sort out the specific differences.

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