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EASA Administered Exams in a non-EASA State Conversion

Old 9th Sep 2020, 07:54
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EASA Administered Exams in a non-EASA State Conversion

Hi all!

I was wondering if anyone has had any experience with converting their ICAO license to an EASA license if the ATPL theory exams were administered by EASA. In my case my exams were administered by the 'international' arm of the UKCAA (CAA-i) and I completed all my ATPL theory exams with EASA syllabus and with the EASA QB but my state of license issue is not an EASA member state. I was wondering if I would be able to transfer these results to an EASA state or whether I would have to re-do all the exams again.

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Old 9th Sep 2020, 15:47
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Transfer what? You've already got EASA exam credits.
Just pick a country, get a medical and do the flying part...
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