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You are looking at an outdated version of the...

You are looking at an outdated version of the regulations. FCL.720 has not read that since it was amended by Regulation 2018/1974, applicable from 20/12/2019.
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Posted By BillieBob

1. There is never a requirement to complete...

1. There is never a requirement to complete initial IR training again, no matter when the IR expired. However, if the IR has not been revalidated or renewed in the preceding 7 years the theoretical...
6th Nov 2020, 21:55
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Posted By BillieBob

It is true that , in normal circumstances third...

It is true that , in normal circumstances third country ATOs have to apply direct to EASA. The department in Cologne responsible for third country approvals is the Flight Crew Licensing Organisation...
6th Nov 2020, 09:16
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Posted By BillieBob

The list that I linked to includes only those...

The list that I linked to includes only those ATOs that have applied direct to EASA for approval. It does not include an unknown number who have obtained approval from individual EU member states. ...
5th Nov 2020, 10:55
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Posted By BillieBob

Quite simply because from 1 Jan 2021, unless they...

Quite simply because from 1 Jan 2021, unless they are approved by EASA or one of the EU member states, they will not be able to provide training for the issue, revalidation or renewal of an EASA...
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Posted By BillieBob

My guess is that the reference to 'national'...

My guess is that the reference to 'national' ratings does not include EASA ratings, so your EASA MEIR should be OK. Mind you, I'm not sure what they mean by 'national' ratings as they should not be...
2nd Nov 2020, 09:59
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Posted By BillieBob

There are currently 33 UK ATOs...

There are currently 33 UK ATOs (https://www.easa.europa.eu/sites/default/files/dfu/LIST_ATO_AEMC_UK_APPROVALS_200720.pdf) that have applied for approval from EASA and this doesn't include those who...
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Posted By BillieBob

Its a little more complex than just looking in...

Its a little more complex than just looking in Part-FCL. You will also need to consult the B737 Operational Suitability Data for any type-specific training requirements and the operator's Operations...
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Posted By BillieBob

Why stop there? Given the current state and...

Why stop there? Given the current state and trajectory of the industry, 250K will soon buy you an airline
15th Oct 2020, 10:35
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Posted By BillieBob

What I think you are saying here is not true. ...

What I think you are saying here is not true. The FAA permits a US registered aircraft to be flown by the holder of a non-US licence only in the state that issued that licence. Since the EU is not...
11th Oct 2020, 17:59
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Posted By BillieBob

Surely you mean that EASA will have no...

Surely you mean that EASA will have no requirement to recognise UK issued licences as EASA compliant. Individual EU member states are required to recognise any licence issued in accordance with ICAO...
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Posted By BillieBob

That applies only to a UK-issued EASA licence. ...

That applies only to a UK-issued EASA licence. If you obtain a UK national licence on the basis of a foreign (Hungarian) issued EASA licence, they cannot demand that you surrender your EASA licence....
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Posted By BillieBob

Right now it's just a case of transferring your...

Right now it's just a case of transferring your medical records to the UK, provided that can before done by 31 Dec when the UK leaves EASA. You will then hold a UK-issued EASA licence that will...
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Posted By BillieBob

It's all the Appendices to Part-FCL

It's all the Appendices to Part-FCL
8th Oct 2020, 11:11
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Posted By BillieBob

I don't know how many other ways I can put this -...

I don't know how many other ways I can put this - Such an arrangement is not compliant with the Regulation. The MEP and the CPL are two entirely different courses and both must be completed in full...
7th Oct 2020, 22:36
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Posted By BillieBob

There is no problem in an ATO quoting a separate...

There is no problem in an ATO quoting a separate fee for each course or a single fee to cover both courses. Bear in mind that only the 6 hrs training for the MEP is required to be completed before...
6th Oct 2020, 10:34
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Posted By BillieBob

I don't see the regulation as badly written,...

I don't see the regulation as badly written, although I'm not quite so clear about the question. Para (b) applies only if the skill test is to be taken in a ME aeroplane but such training must be...
2nd Oct 2020, 23:21
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Posted By BillieBob

What people need to understand is that there is a...

What people need to understand is that there is a fundamental difference between the CAA of, say, 15 years ago and what we have now, thanks in no small measure to EASA. Back in the day, one could...
28th Sep 2020, 12:04
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Posted By BillieBob

Unless a night rating is included, any LAPL is...

Unless a night rating is included, any LAPL is only valid day VFR so why would there be an extra endorsement to that effect? Ten years into the wonderful world of EASA there is a significant number...
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Posted By BillieBob

The answer is at FCL.325.A Note that these...

The answer is at FCL.325.A

Note that these requirements apply to the holder of a MPL, there is no mechanism for crediting hours received on an incomplete MPL course towards the requirements of a...
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Posted By BillieBob

Have to agree at least 50% with Alex, the UK CAA...

Have to agree at least 50% with Alex, the UK CAA have only one interest - the UK CAA. Where I disagree is in the efficacy of the APPG - I took a serious issue to them a few months ago and all I got...
7th Sep 2020, 10:04
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Posted By BillieBob

Pretty much, yes. There is no requirement to...

Pretty much, yes. There is no requirement to have ever held an EASA licence or FI certificate, you just need to hold at least a CPL with relevant rating(s) and certificate(s) issued by an ICAO...
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Posted By BillieBob

FCL.745.A (a) The advanced UPRT course shall be...

FCL.745.A
(a) The advanced UPRT course shall be completed at an ATO and shall comprise at least:
4th Sep 2020, 10:35
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Posted By BillieBob

You do not need to hold an EASA licence to...

You do not need to hold an EASA licence to instruct at an EASA ATO in a third country, which is what the UK becomes on 1 Jan. There are plenty of instructors at EASA ATOs in the US, for example, who...
2nd Sep 2020, 22:16
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Posted By BillieBob

The Regulation is primary legislation with which...

The Regulation is primary legislation with which everyone must comply. By definition, if one complies with an AMC, which is secondary legislation, one is also complying with the Regulation. There...
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