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Old 2nd Aug 2021, 15:46
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FAA licence

With the date looming in December for the end of flying on your FAA licence in UK airspace, if you reside mainly in the UK, I am surprised there is not more information or a mention of it particularly in here, thoughts anyone
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Old 3rd Aug 2021, 19:11
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EASA Aircraft

You can still fly an EASA aircraft, what a twist eh!with FAA ticket
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Old 6th Aug 2021, 22:12
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Tim where is that written please

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