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EC notice on BREXIT issued, licenses/certificates invalid

Old 8th Aug 2019, 11:36
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Originally Posted by Raski View Post


It will never happen.
Worst case scenario, UK CAA like Swiss.
External member of EASA.
Isn't it the CAA's job to tell its stakeholders what it devised/negociated/organized for the event that is supposed to take place in less than 100 days from now ?
What does the CAA say concerning licenses, certification etc. ? They should be very busy by now, implementing whatever plan they have prepared.
That is, if they have prepared something...
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Old 8th Aug 2019, 16:35
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Originally Posted by Raski View Post
It will never happen.
Worst case scenario, UK CAA like Swiss.
External member of EASA.
After a hard BREXIT? Not really a chance to be honest. After the UK has paid its dues, has agreed to the backstop in Ireland, guaranteed in law (and not only politicians words) the rights of all EU citizens in the UK, not only those that fit in an arbitrarily designed settlement process only available on Android devices, it might be possible. After the UK has agreed, same as switzerland, to full freedom of movement and continuing to pay into the EU the full (non-discounted) membership fee for the single market which they would have to join it is pretty much a given. But only then.

Remember, the EU is there to protect the interests of its members, not those of others outside of it, especially not those of ex members that left with producing an almighty mess. And yes, switzerland has some firsthand experience of that, remember that they voted against freedom of movement in a referendum, and yet, it is still there. And the swiss stock exchange lost all access to the EU recently because switzerland didn't want to agree to certain rule changes vis a vis the EU.

In other words, am I still able to work in the EU as a commercial pilot with a UK CAA licence (issued before brexit)
If the UK will be an EASA member (and be in the single market, fall under the auspices of the European Court of Justice etc) then yes. If the UK leaves without a deal the license will not be recognised, not even a day (unlike maintenance licenses) as the EU pointed out quite pointedly. After all, there are enough pilots in the EU. In the extremely unlikely case that the UK will be still within EASA but not fall under any other EU regulations, then, no, because you do not have the right to reside and work in the EU as a UK citizen. Of course, if you have EU citizenship, then yes, that could happen. But again, that is extremely unlikely.
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Old 10th Aug 2019, 19:17
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Originally Posted by Mickey Kaye View Post
And what about if a post brexit CAA say from now on we approve the individual not the organisation?

Maintainance would suddenly become a whole lot easier.
It will never happen, not least to allow us to maintain bilaterals that come after Brexit,to comply with ICAO SARPS and to maintain any form of credibility!
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Old 15th Aug 2019, 01:39
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Asking because I have no idea...
Are there any countries that do a SOLI transfer without any ratings current? The ones I contacted so far require at least one rating to be current.
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Old 18th Aug 2019, 08:56
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Originally Posted by Fly Aiprt View Post
Isn't it the CAA's job to tell its stakeholders what it devised/negociated/organized for the event that is supposed to take place in less than 100 days from now ?
What does the CAA say concerning licenses, certification etc. ?
You mean, like providing a website which discusses Brexit-related issues: https://info.caa.co.uk/brexit/ ?
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Old 18th Aug 2019, 10:29
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Originally Posted by PAX_Britannica View Post
You mean, like providing a website which discusses Brexit-related issues: https://info.caa.co.uk/brexit/ ?
Yes. Thanks for the link.
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