You have a pilot’s licence issued by the UK CAA. You complete the same training and checking as someone who has a licence issued by an EU state. Until 2021 you could fly an aircraft registered anywhere in Europe, but now you can only fly G- registered… Read More
Back in the days when the United Kingdom (UK) was a member of the European Union (EU) approved training organisations (ATOs) in the UK could train pilots holding licences issued by any of the 32 EASA states (the EU states plus Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway and Switzerland). Since… Read More
The UK has left the European Union. What aviation regulations apply and what happens in 2021 when the transition period ends? Will the UK and EU still accept each others licences and certificates?
In September 2018 the UK government published guidance to passengers, the aviation industry and the public about the action it is taking to prepare for a ‘no deal Brexit’. The guidance covers the implications for aircraft registrations, pilot licences, Air Operator’s Certificates and Approved Training Organisations. EU… Read More
Could the UK manage without EASA?
If the UK is to remain an EASA Member State then there will clearly be a price to pay.