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UK CAA ATPL exam validity after leaving EASA

Old 8th Jan 2021, 08:57
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UK CAA ATPL exam validity after leaving EASA

Does anyone know if EASA has come out and said anything regarding the validity of EASA ATPL exams completed in the UK before brexit?

I completed my ATPL exams in the UK in 2018 and keep a current Swedish CPL/MEIR. I'm going to ask our CAA to confirm how they will handle this but I am hoping EASA has given some guidance on this.

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Old 8th Jan 2021, 09:52
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Easa guidance is that your UK exam passes are no longer valid but it is only guidance and several states have indicated they will accept them, notably Austria and Denmark. You probably need to ask around, as you say.
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