EASA

How to Convert an Expired JAR Licence to an EASA Licence

Updated on 29th July,2016 EASA Licence Conversion Now that the EASA regulations have been fully implemented, I am getting enquiries from worried pilots who have let both their helicopter type rating and their licence expire. The old JAR licence needed to be renewed every 5 years. The new EASA Licence (more correctly referred to as […]

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Convert FAA License to European Part-FCL License

Updated on 3rd March, 2017 Convert FAA PPL/CPL/ATPL to EASA PPL This post applies to anyone who has an ICAO helicopter license with a minimum of 100 hours flight time as a pilot. If you need to convert the ICAO licence to an EASA Part-FCL PPL license, this post will explain what is required. The […]

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Theoretical Knowledge Syllabus For CPL, ATPL and IR

Updated on 2nd May,2016 I have duplicated the EASA syllabus. This theoretical knowledge syllabus is the current one at time of publication. Anyone planning to sit the theoretical knowledge subjects for the EASA exams will need to complete a course at an Approved Training Organisation (ATO) covering the syllabus described in the table below. Refer […]

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Renewing an Expired EASA Type Rating

Updated on 11th December,2015 If you have let your helicopter type rating lapse – i.e. you forgot to do the annual License Proficiency Check (LPC) on time; then you will have to renew the rating before you can fly as PIC. Under EASA regulations this is quite practical and very straight forward. The amount of […]

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