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Brexit and Licensing - 2 Licences?

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Old 9th Oct 2018, 17:01
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Question Brexit and Licensing - 2 Licences?

Hello all,

Really am not sure if this is in the right area but it's the area that I'm at and why this concerns me.

The CAA have published CAP1714. I am starting ATPLs with Bristol GS in the next few weeks and their advice is to transfer your licence to another EASA state member - which I agree with and am likely to do. But, I currently have an EASA UK PPL and about to have an IR(R) added. In the CAP1714 document it states: "Pilots with UK licences who want to fly EU-registered aircraft post Brexit would need to transfer their licence to another EASA member state before Brexit, or seek a second licence from an EASA member state."

So, the best option for me would be to apply for a second licence as the text suggests, therefore I can continue to fly in the UK, make use of my IR(R) and I will be able to conduct my training and search for a job in an EASA state after Brexit if an agreement isn't made.

My question is, how do you apply for a second licence from another EASA state? I can't find any information on it and dubious if it's actually possible.

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Old 9th Oct 2018, 22:17
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You need to identify which State you wish to be the State Of Licence Issue (SOLI) and start the process from that end. They then ask the UK CAA for your records. It doesn't apply in your case but others may wish to note you have to have an EASA licence to do this, if you had a UK only licence then step 1 would be to get the UK CAA to magic it into an EASA licence.

I don't know how you could get a second EASA licence from another State. My understanding is that all EASA licence records are held at the SOLI. I don't see how you could have, for instance, two EASA ATPLs. Looks to me that the last phrase of the CAA advice may not be fully thought through, but who knows, its all new territory?
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Old 12th Oct 2018, 13:24
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I too am puzzled by the last phrase.

From FCL.015(c): A person shall not at any time hold more than one licence per category of aircraft issued in accordance with [Part-FCL]
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Old 12th Oct 2018, 17:36
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I don't know how you could get a second EASA licence from another State.
It doesn't say a second EASA licence, Alex. The sentence refers to pilots with UK licences which, following a 'no-deal' Brexit, will not be EASA licences. It's no different from an FAA licence holder getting an EASA licence.
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Old 12th Oct 2018, 19:04
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of course!
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