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Posted By Alex Whittingham

Breakaway school from Oxford/CAE currently taking...

Breakaway school from Oxford/CAE currently taking students on contact from L3/CTC because L3 can't cope/have taken on a military contract that they prioritise over self funded cadets. I give up on...
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Posted By Alex Whittingham

A. Yes, assuming its an ICAO compliant PPL and...

A. Yes, assuming its an ICAO compliant PPL and not an NPPL.
B. Yes, do it now
C. (i) If there's an EASA exit, no. If the UK stays in EASA, yes. (ii) if there's an EASA exit yes
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Posted By Alex Whittingham

I think that the idea that these big schools...

I think that the idea that these big schools somehow provide a 'better' quality of training to 'carefully selected' cadets originates only from their (very well funded) marketing departments. When...
28th Aug 2019, 21:08
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Posted By Alex Whittingham

TBH the SOLI question appears to be no brainer....

TBH the SOLI question appears to be no brainer. If you transfer your SOLI the UK will recognise everything for up to two years and on application issue you a parallel UK PART-FCL licence (no details...
28th Aug 2019, 18:01
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Posted By Alex Whittingham

Well, the CAA have a sitting Brexit commitee of...

Well, the CAA have a sitting Brexit commitee of very senior bods. Naturally one can't actually contact them to ask questions or direct their attention to issues they may have missed because, well,...
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Posted By Alex Whittingham

Which would that be, Portos?

Which would that be, Portos?
7th Aug 2019, 22:43
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Posted By Alex Whittingham

Why would you assume that? If you have a UK...

Why would you assume that? If you have a UK issued EASA licence (by which I think you mean your EASA licence records are currently held by the UK) and there is a hard brexit then worst case other...
7th Aug 2019, 18:18
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Posted By Alex Whittingham

There's been a fair bit of disinformation around...

There's been a fair bit of disinformation around but the answer to your question might be "because the licensing records are no longer held by an EASA state". To avoid this possibility you could...
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Posted By Alex Whittingham

Not sure which CAT you have looked at but CAT3C...

Not sure which CAT you have looked at but CAT3C should be considered, it's in the UK though.
20th May 2019, 22:11
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Posted By Alex Whittingham

I agree with BEagle, those who live in grey boats...

I agree with BEagle, those who live in grey boats are notorious for firing at anything they deem a threat. One is reminded of the Falklands conflict where HMS Bristol reported firing sea darts at a...
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Posted By Alex Whittingham

You cannot know the sequence, only parts of it....

You cannot know the sequence, only parts of it. Vef, for instance (not V1) must be greater than equal to Vmcg. V1 may not be greater than Vr. Vr must be greater than or equal to 1.05 Vmca, but who is...
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Posted By Alex Whittingham

Absolutely, CAPT. Phil will see you right.

Absolutely, CAPT. Phil will see you right.
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Posted By Alex Whittingham

You are probably right. My guess will be that the...

You are probably right. My guess will be that the UK rejoins EASA fairly promptly as (i) EASA want the funding (ii) EASA will want to continue using all the UK seconded personnel and (iii) its in...
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Posted By Alex Whittingham

You should have looked at this months ago, I'm...

You should have looked at this months ago, I'm afraid. You have no (zero) chance of transferring to the IAA before 29 March, if you think that Brexit will be extended beyond that time you may well...
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Posted By Alex Whittingham

The Pro Pilot business model? Well the videos are...

The Pro Pilot business model? Well the videos are all stolen from Oxford (now CAE) with the logos overwritten and therefore they cost very little. Let them run on you tube, notice CAE's lawyers don't...
3rd Feb 2019, 12:33
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Posted By Alex Whittingham

This is consistent with conversations I have had...

This is consistent with conversations I have had with other licensing Authorities who say the delays are all at the UK CAA end. Because of the delays some Authorities are interpreting the process as...
20th Dec 2018, 14:12
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Posted By Alex Whittingham

Article 9 of document 843 says "Certificates of...

Article 9 of document 843 says "Certificates of airworthiness, certificates of competency and licences issued or rendered valid by the United Kingdom and still in force shall be recognised as valid...
19th Dec 2018, 11:47
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Posted By Alex Whittingham

The detail seems to be in these documents which I...

The detail seems to be in these documents which I cannot find:

v Commission proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on common rules ensuring basic air connectivity...
5th Dec 2018, 12:44
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Posted By Alex Whittingham

Not in the modular world, although bookings at...

Not in the modular world, although bookings at some CPL/IR schools now extend into summer 2019 but training is taking place when booked, there's no cascade effect.
Forum: Tech Log
4th Dec 2018, 16:17
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Posted By Alex Whittingham

My guess would be that back in the '80s when...

My guess would be that back in the '80s when derate info was not often available and the contaminated runway data was mostly generic (derived from NASA's testing of a Caravelle in the '60s) it was...
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Posted By Alex Whittingham

but you must take all your ATPL theory exams...

but you must take all your ATPL theory exams under the authority of one single State, in other words it is NOT OK to try and do some exams in Poland, some in Greece and some in the UK.
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Posted By Alex Whittingham

of course!

of course!
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Posted By Alex Whittingham

You need to identify which State you wish to be...

You need to identify which State you wish to be the State Of Licence Issue (SOLI) and start the process from that end. They then ask the UK CAA for your records. It doesn't apply in your case but...
27th Sep 2018, 13:03
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Posted By Alex Whittingham

I remember John, thoroughly nice chap. Didn't he...

I remember John, thoroughly nice chap. Didn't he retire to Cyprus at one stage? I have a vague memory of visiting his house for a BBQ.
26th Sep 2018, 08:39
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Posted By Alex Whittingham

Because EASA have been instructed by the EC not...

Because EASA have been instructed by the EC not to assist the UK by accepting its application to join as a non-EU State until the UK actually is a non-EU State.
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