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16th Nov 2019, 17:45
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Posted By Level Attitude

Thanks Whopity "No action by the CAA no...

Thanks Whopity
"No action by the CAA no payment." is exactly what I thought but, Heck!, those forms aren't obvious
14th Nov 2019, 20:39
Replies: 2
Views: 803
Posted By Level Attitude

To Pay - or Not to Pay?

CAA Scheme of Charges says the same fee for both Certification and Re-Certification
of an FI(A) Certificate.

Having just Revalidated my FI(A), with no change to the Instructional Privileges, and...
30th Sep 2019, 16:25
Replies: 19
Views: 2,150
Posted By Level Attitude

gipsymagpie I cannot see "sole manipulator" in...

gipsymagpie I cannot see "sole manipulator" in the ANO but that is, in any case, not relevant.

The ANO passes the buck to EASA (see below my italics), so one does need to know, and follow, what...
26th Sep 2019, 20:39
Replies: 7
Views: 1,802
Posted By Level Attitude

I think that for Whopity's "Simply Yes" answer to...

I think that for Whopity's "Simply Yes" answer to be correct you need to ensure at least one other criteria is met:

Either have at least 15 hours logged on TMGs or have passed an AoC to Instruct...
25th Sep 2019, 23:24
Replies: 4
Views: 709
Posted By Level Attitude

As EASA Licences do not expire, they do not...

As EASA Licences do not expire, they do not require Revalidation.

All EASA Ratings (that have expiry dates) can be Revalidated by Proficiency Check.

A Proficiency Check can be carried out any...
22nd Sep 2019, 13:56
Replies: 19
Views: 2,150
Posted By Level Attitude

Just to "Put the cat amongst the pigeons"...

Just to "Put the cat amongst the pigeons" :rolleyes: :

EASA do not define what they mean by "carried out" (no mention of "Pilot Flying" and certainly not a whisper of "as sole manipulator of the...
18th Sep 2019, 17:07
Replies: 3
Views: 565
Posted By Level Attitude

"Upgrade" implies "Converting" I would keep...

"Upgrade" implies "Converting"
I would keep your NPPL as well as your new (presumably CPL) EASA Licence.
Never know when it may be useful :O
18th Sep 2019, 15:58
Replies: 25
Views: 2,274
Posted By Level Attitude

I would agree with Whopity that the IAA's...

I would agree with Whopity that the IAA's interpretation is wrong - but if it is working 'Why rock the boat?'

Previously only Examiners could sign off Revalidations. Which meant that, for...
17th Sep 2019, 12:25
Replies: 8
Views: 1,110
Posted By Level Attitude

Currently, the short answer is No. Most people...

Currently, the short answer is No.
Most people agree that, originally, Part-FCL was badly written and EASA are planning to change the LAPL Recency Rules to include an Option (3) in (a): "To have...
16th Sep 2019, 23:10
Replies: 8
Views: 1,110
Posted By Level Attitude

If you have an LAPL then you do not have an SEP...

If you have an LAPL then you do not have an SEP Rating as these cannot be entered in to an LAPL.

It is the Licence (LAPL) itself that would entitle you to fly SEP aircraft (to LAPL privileges) and...
Forum: Questions
27th Jul 2019, 14:37
Replies: 7
Views: 4,948
Posted By Level Attitude

So you were thinking that a Captain stops being...

So you were thinking that a Captain stops being the Captain if they are not physically flying the aeroplane?!?
Forget about PF vs PM, what about visits to the restroom :)
27th Jul 2019, 14:08
Replies: 6
Views: 2,370
Posted By Level Attitude

Falcon66 Excuse me, but your Post is very...

Falcon66
Excuse me, but your Post is very confusing.

Then why are you bothered?


An EASA Licence does not expire (it is valid for the holder's lifetime)


You have said that all your...
6th May 2019, 19:27
Replies: 44
Views: 12,298
Posted By Level Attitude

[QUOTE=Kemble...

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If Privilege (b) is included in the above - and it only...
27th Apr 2019, 18:35
Replies: 44
Views: 12,298
Posted By Level Attitude

I agree that to be able to teach for something,...

I agree that to be able to teach for something, the Instructor must also hold the same (or equivalent) qualification.

The wording of
FCL.910.FI FI Restricted privileges
(2) in all integrated...
25th Apr 2019, 19:43
Replies: 44
Views: 12,298
Posted By Level Attitude

In the UK, Privileges are listed in Section XII...

In the UK, Privileges are listed in Section XII of the Licence. Is this true EASA wide?

For an FI with CPL knowledge: "FCL.905 FI applies as in /(a)/(b)"

Where (a) = a PPL, SPL, BPL and LAPL in...
3rd Apr 2019, 17:40
Replies: 14
Views: 2,901
Posted By Level Attitude

Artus KG...

Artus KG (https://www.pprune.org/members/489497-artus-kg)
Assuming you are talking about a UK issued EASA Licence, I can think of six options for you to maintain the continuity
(Revalidate) your...
31st Mar 2019, 03:41
Replies: 7
Views: 1,135
Posted By Level Attitude

Really ? Have you never used: Max. Drift =...

Really ?

Have you never used: Max. Drift = 60 / TAS x WV ?

Just asking.....:)
28th Feb 2019, 14:41
Replies: 25
Views: 2,937
Posted By Level Attitude

My apologies, as LAPL is an EASA Licence I should...

My apologies, as LAPL is an EASA Licence I should have said: "An EASA ATPL, EASA CPL or EASA PPL will contain an SEP(L) Rating with a set expiry date....."

LAPL privileges are unique in EASA as,...
27th Feb 2019, 17:26
Replies: 25
Views: 2,937
Posted By Level Attitude

I agree there is no Regulation that requires the...

I agree there is no Regulation that requires the Personal Logbook to be carried on a flight; but I wanted to point out that if an LAPL Holder, or someone Flying to the LAPL privileges contained in...
27th Feb 2019, 12:56
Replies: 25
Views: 2,937
Posted By Level Attitude

One additional point: EASA require a Licence to...

One additional point:
EASA require a Licence to be carried whenever exercising that Licence's privileges.
To have privileges, the Licence, Rating, etc (containing the privileges exercised) all need...
2nd May 2018, 22:00
Replies: 6
Views: 970
Posted By Level Attitude

PIC = Pilot In Command, no more and no less. A...

PIC = Pilot In Command, no more and no less.
A PIC cannot suddenly decide that they are not (although I do not believe it is a good idea, I do know that some pilots, when flying together, plan for...
16th Dec 2017, 15:37
Replies: 33
Views: 5,692
Posted By Level Attitude

I am not sure what is meant by "the French...

I am not sure what is meant by "the French aviation authority (DGAC) have converted my license into EASA standards"?
You either have an EASA Licence, or you do not.
Do you now have a French issued...
16th Aug 2017, 22:36
Replies: 17
Views: 2,821
Posted By Level Attitude

Boeing100, Please be aware that National...

Boeing100,

Please be aware that National Authorities are responsible for issuing Language Proficiencies and (most) will not recognise Proficiencies tested and recorded by another state.

The UK...
11th Aug 2017, 19:16
Replies: 6
Views: 1,046
Posted By Level Attitude

A Proficiency Check is much less onerous than a...

A Proficiency Check is much less onerous than a Skill Test:
Usually Steep Turns left and right, 2 x Stall Recovery, a PFL and 3 circuits and shouldn't take more than one hour.
Navigation is not a...
5th Aug 2017, 16:41
Replies: 41
Views: 5,576
Posted By Level Attitude

This is just so wrong! Revalidations and...

This is just so wrong!

Revalidations and Renewals do not just happen by magic, it is up to the Licence Holder (Pilot) to apply for them.

After any successful Licence Proficiency Check, the...
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