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Posted By portsharbourflyer

Selfin, good point and thanks for the...

Selfin, good point and thanks for the clarification, makes sense as IFR can be in VMC. So it makes sense it has to be FSRI.
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

I think you are correct, the pre requisite for...

I think you are correct, the pre requisite for the cb IR is 40 hours of IFR time, although the IRR isnt recognised as a rating by an EASA NAA, as you say the 15.hours of instrument training you did...
13th Sep 2021, 22:28
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

Sleevewing, I40, The OAA you describe...

Sleevewing, I40,

The OAA you describe existed in the past, it hasn't been that organisation for some time.

As it only had DK ATO approval it couldn't do EASA IRs in the UK hence the IR...
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

Larki, Afraid to say CAE have no obligation...

Larki,

Afraid to say CAE have no obligation to you. The training contract will have been phrased to account for these scenarios to avoid any liability.
When the 2 year hold pool ends, simple no...
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

Last September all tagged and MPL cadets at CAE...

Last September all tagged and MPL cadets at CAE were told they had lost their contracts. Later in the year all CAE tagged cadets /mpls were told they would be eligible to enter a two year hold pool...
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

Could you clarify the bond? My understanding was...

Could you clarify the bond? My understanding was the MPLs paid for the entire course themselves, Easyjet merely provided the job at the end? I wasnt aware of a bond?
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

Pug, One of the first MPL courses at...

Pug,

One of the first MPL courses at Sterling Airlines in Danemark went bankrupt before the MPL candidates finished line training, not sure but I believe those did get taken on by other 737...
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

A MPL qualified pilot can still apply to other...

A MPL qualified pilot can still apply to other airlines operating that same type. It is individual airlines policy as to if they accept MPL qualified pilots not a regulatory bar. I believe airlines...
19th Aug 2021, 12:21
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

Arrowflyer, Most of what you say is correct. ...

Arrowflyer,
Most of what you say is correct.
The key thing is the original poster does not currently hold an FI rating, they did not have a FI rating on the EASA license as of the 31/12/20,...
19th Aug 2021, 07:25
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

Arrowflyer, important to note the advice you give...

Arrowflyer, important to note the advice you give only applies to EASA licenses issued before the 31/21/2020, which is stated clearly in the link and in this case does apply to the poster.
But there...
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

Fair enough Red Dragon, it was ambigious...

Fair enough Red Dragon, it was ambigious phrasology and I agree there is probably a more precise term I could use.
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

Red Dragon. I did not say all UK based aircraft...

Red Dragon.
I did not say all UK based aircraft need to be on the G Reg, I said after 2022 all G Reg aircraft will need require UK Part FCL licenses to fly them, when the EASA validations cease to...
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

Paco, that regulation is out of date, that after...

Paco, that regulation is out of date, that after 5 years you need to test with a CAA examiner. They did away with the CAA test centres and staff examiners for initial IRs (also for 5 year lapses)...
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

Clarkey, While good advice, that is only...

Clarkey,

While good advice, that is only possible if the exams were completed pre Brexit. If the EASA exams were passed after 01/01/21 they wont be recognised for UK Part FCL.
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

Pete, you list your location as England? Are you...

Pete, you list your location as England? Are you a UK or EU citizen? If you are a UK national you wont have the right to work in the EU and the chances of getting a visa to fly in the EU will be...
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

There are places where you can book up a few...

There are places where you can book up a few hours sim practice on the relevant type, no need to do a complete mcc or joc again.
8th Aug 2021, 16:37
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

Age isn't an issue to an extent, personal...

Age isn't an issue to an extent, personal circumstances are more significant.

If you are single, free of commitements and can afford to spend 60k on training and then afford to live on 1000 pounds...
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

Prerequisite for atpl theory for the modular...

Prerequisite for atpl theory for the modular route is holding an ICAO ppl.

The theory exams can only be taken before any flight training(ie not holding a ppl) as part of an integrated course.
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

60 percent of Easyjets fleet is on the G Reg, you...

60 percent of Easyjets fleet is on the G Reg, you will need a UK part FCL license to work for Easyjet as a UK national out of the UK bases, as new issue EASA licenses are not eligible for the UK...
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

The CPL and IR at the same school, the only place...

The CPL and IR at the same school, the only place I ever saw that as a requirement was on the Flybe application form (not that relevant now). Since that appeared on the Flybe application form...
17th Jul 2021, 10:50
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

Booglebox 30hours in a twin at UK rates is...

Booglebox

30hours in a twin at UK rates is 30 x 350, so 10500, pounds thats the issue. Plus another 3 or 4 k for the mei course. May be fuel draw back doing cross channel can get the cost down a...
16th Jul 2021, 21:55
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

The IRI is only 5 hours of flight training if...

The IRI is only 5 hours of flight training if adding privilieges to an existing FI(A) rating. So it is a relatively inexpensive add on.
The issue as you say is the cost of 30 hours p1 MEP, I was in...
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

Even if charged he can still apply for a...

Even if charged he can still apply for a certificate of disregard, if the details given are true.
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

Well if you think L3 and CAE are still the...

Well if you think L3 and CAE are still the leading names you are deluded. Suggest you look at what has happened at CAE Oxford in the last 12 months. Hardly the world leading flight school any more. ...
12th Jul 2021, 12:57
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Posted By portsharbourflyer

Well good news for AFA, 30k a type rating for a...

Well good news for AFA, 30k a type rating for a rating that I would assume only costs about 20k.

The article I read said they would look to upgrade as many FOs to Captains internally as possible,...
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