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ATPL Brexit Theory Advice

Old 9th Apr 2019, 18:07
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ATPL Brexit Theory Advice

Hi all
I am looking to start my ATPLs and am confused as to which is the best route. With all this Brexit mess I had been thinking that it would be best to do exams in another country. I had been looking at ASG in Dublin for the distance learning and exams, Has anyone on here used them ? Or what are other options ? Is going to Bristol and doing the exams through the Austro Control a better option or would it be okay to choose another distance learning school in UK and do the exams at the CAA in Gatwick and hope Brexit all works out ? Is there anyone else in the same situation ?

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Old 9th Apr 2019, 18:19
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I think ASG or Austro at Bristol is quite a good path to be honest
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Old 9th Apr 2019, 20:55
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Courses offered by BGS will not be affected by Brexit as the school holds approvals from IAA for its Irish parent company Bristol Groundschool Europe Ltd.
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