Brexit: The UK-FCL ‘Chocolate’ Pilot Licence Explained
Nov26

Brexit: The UK-FCL ‘Chocolate’ Pilot Licence Explained

According to the CAA the European Commission has advised that, if the UK withdraws from EASA, any course completion certificates issued after 29th March by schools approved by the UK CAA will not be accepted by EASA Member States for licence or rating issue. Meaning, the CAA will no longer be able to grant European Part-FCL licences as they will no longer be a Competent Authority under the EU Regulations. Former Head of the UK...

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No Deal Brexit for Pilots
Nov26

No Deal Brexit for Pilots

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Brexit: Act Now to Safeguard Your Licence Privileges and Job!
Nov23

Brexit: Act Now to Safeguard Your Licence Privileges and Job!

Act now….! Is the advice to pilots, instructors and examiners from the UK CAA’s former Head of Licensing and Training Policy, Cliff Whittaker, who outlines how to avoid  the negative implications of a potential “hard Brexit”, and the effects the divorce could have on your licence. It is clearly stated on the CAA website that the CAA and DfT are firmly of the view that the CAA should remain a Competent Authority...

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