ORS4 No. 995: The use of a Medical Declaration or Light Aircraft Pilot Licence Medical Certificate with UK Pilot Licences Other than NPPL when flying SSEA, SLMG and Microlight Aeroplanes

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Reference:ORS4 No. 995
Title:The use of a Medical Declaration or Light Aircraft Pilot Licence Medical Certificate with UK Pilot Licences Other than NPPL when flying SSEA, SLMG and Microlight Aeroplanes
Description:This exemption is issued to enable the holder of a UK aeroplane pilot licence other than the NPPL(A) OR a licence deemed to have been issued in accordance with the Aircrew Regulation to use that licence as if it is an NPPL(A) while having only a medical declaration appropriate to an NPPL(A) or a Light Aircraft Pilot Licence Medical Certificate
Status:Withdrawn on 25 August 2016
Review Comment:Incorporated into Air Navigation Order 2016
Version:1
Date:November 2013
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