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Old 8th May 2021, 10:42
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No that is absolutely not what I am saying.

What i am saying is: irrespective of holding a UK licence, why cant individuals re-apply for a new EASA licence, in a new member state for the issue of an new EASA licence based on the EASA training course they completed under the jurisdiction of EASA pre 1 Jan 2021. Documents to be submitted would be the EASA course completion forms compliant to EASA regs and skills tests, again compliant to EASA regs. The UK or holding a Uk licence has nothing to do with this. EASA are already allowing UK exams to be submitted as part of this process.

To make it even simpler for you, lets imagine you’ve just passed your skills tests and you’re applying for your first licence.
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Old 8th May 2021, 10:49
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So who is salty today?
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Old 8th May 2021, 10:53
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The Answer: The law does not currently allow for this. No matter how unfair you think it is. Sorry but that is what all of this boils down to
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Old 8th May 2021, 11:22
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Can you point me in the right direction with reference to EASA regs which says that this is not permitted?
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Old 8th May 2021, 11:51
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I assume the question is rhetorical. But as there are no provisions that outline the process within the EASA regs, it is not allowed. Therefore such a procedure would necessitate an addition/amendment/supplement to EASA FCL which regulate such a conversion or license exchange based on a previous license.

if enough license holders petition the UK government, as previously suggested, then perhaps the UK can start to negotiate such an amendment or dispensation with the EU (EASA)?
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Old 8th May 2021, 11:59
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Yes perhaps that is the most pragmatic and sensible approach.
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