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Posted By superflanker

1)Medical Certificate 2)Yes 3)Don't know...

1)Medical Certificate
2)Yes
3)Don't know sorry.
4)From the country your medical is based

As you said, avoid the UK CAA because of the Brexit thing. Spain is a very "slow-paced" authority, but...
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Posted By superflanker

I mean full flaps when you are sure you are going...

I mean full flaps when you are sure you are going to reach the field where you decided to dich. If you are trying to reach a distant field/runway of course you should keep the aircraft clean in order...
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Posted By superflanker

Sorry to hear that, If it was me, I would retake...

Sorry to hear that, If it was me, I would retake all 14, perhaps trying to take 7 exams or so in a sitting.

About the questions, the first 2 I'm sorry but I think they are basic PPL stuff... (at...
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Posted By superflanker

Wrote you a PM

Wrote you a PM
26th Sep 2018, 09:57
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Posted By superflanker

If the UK bites the bullet with the NI border...

If the UK bites the bullet with the NI border issue, I think there will be no problem with them staying on EASA.
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Posted By superflanker

LOL, M&B is my only fail so far...:eek:

LOL, M&B is my only fail so far...:eek:
3rd Sep 2018, 09:25
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Posted By superflanker

Thanks, edited.

Thanks, edited.
3rd Sep 2018, 07:26
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Posted By superflanker

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-08-31...

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-08-31/easyjet-moves-pilots-to-new-licenses-to-stem-no-deal-brexit-risk?utm_source=twitter&cmpid%3D=socialflow-facebook-brexit&utm_medium=social&utm_content...
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Posted By superflanker

Are the CAP's changing too??

Are the CAP's changing too??
16th Aug 2018, 11:25
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Posted By superflanker

The UK said in the "White Paper" that they...

The UK said in the "White Paper" that they actually WANT to stay in EASA.
I think it also said that they could accept the ECJ in this particular area (I'm not sure about this last one, please check...
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Posted By superflanker

But Paco, I think the biggest concern (at least...

But Paco, I think the biggest concern (at least in my case) comes when the NAAs face the problem of accepting or not any training/exams done under the UK CAA, even if the school where the student is...
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Posted By superflanker

Tue, 7 months for the 14 subjects it's very...

Tue, 7 months for the 14 subjects it's very difficult.
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Posted By superflanker

As far as we know, even if no-deal happens...

As far as we know, even if no-deal happens (unlikely IMHO) the exams would be valid if completed before the brexit date. This has been confirmed by the EU Commission on a query I made to them. I...
20th Jul 2018, 08:09
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Posted By superflanker

Please remember: if UK crashes out of the EU...

Please remember: if UK crashes out of the EU without a deal (no membership of EASA), no flights from UK operators could be conducted to Europe and probably the rest of the world (because current...
19th Jul 2018, 08:22
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Posted By superflanker

My god, and all of this mess in order to save the...

My god, and all of this mess in order to save the money of paying a FO? Couldn't they just focus on saving money with other methods (or perhaps 1 or 2 less cabin crew instead of jeopardizing flight...
16th Jul 2018, 14:12
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Posted By superflanker

If they want to fly EU registered aircraft, they...

If they want to fly EU registered aircraft, they have to obtain an EASA license.

I don't really see the point of denying that this mess can cause some problems.
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Posted By superflanker

I have good news on this one. We and some...

I have good news on this one.
We and some fellow students sent an email to The Mobility And Transport of the EU Commission department a month ago. We recieved the answer and they tell us this:
...
16th Jul 2018, 06:45
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Posted By superflanker

All this countries are in the EEA. I don't think...

All this countries are in the EEA. I don't think that there is any country that is in EASA and not in the EU/EEA.
UK has been constantly rejecting the offer from Europe to remain in the EEA and...
14th Jul 2018, 17:08
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Posted By superflanker

Of course, UK remaining in EASA would be good for...

Of course, UK remaining in EASA would be good for both EU and UK. But, again, they have to reach an agreement, and right now they are far from that.
13th Jul 2018, 09:42
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Posted By superflanker

We will see if EU lets UK choose whatever they...

We will see if EU lets UK choose whatever they seem to find advantageous and reject all those thing that are not.
12th Jul 2018, 12:34
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Posted By superflanker

UK white paper released: "...In some...

UK white paper released:

"...In some manufactured goods sectors where more complex products have the potential to pose a higher risk to consumers...the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)...
11th Jul 2018, 09:58
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Posted By superflanker

"UK aerospace industry body ADS has said it would...

"UK aerospace industry body ADS has said it would take approximately 5-10 years for the CAA to rebuild its safety regulation capability to take over from EASA."

Meanwhile...?
29th Jun 2018, 10:59
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Posted By superflanker

Is delaying the Brexit date on the table?

Is delaying the Brexit date on the table?
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Posted By superflanker

This would be the most reasonable thing. But up...

This would be the most reasonable thing. But up until now, nobody (NAAs, EASA, EU council, etc.) has confirmed this.
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Posted By superflanker

I think this is quite unlikely. If they do this,...

I think this is quite unlikely. If they do this, they would have to call anyone wich has an UK ATPL exam credit in their license to tell them that they have to resit all exams. They can't just demand...
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