IN-2015/092: Requirement for the ‘Base Training’ Portion of an Approved Type Rating course (Aeroplanes) to be Conducted by an ATO

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Reference:IN-2015/092
Title:Requirement for the ‘Base Training’ Portion of an Approved Type Rating course (Aeroplanes) to be Conducted by an ATO
Description:The purpose of this Information Notice is to advise that the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) now interprets Part-FCL to mean that the take-offs and landings in the aeroplane that must be completed before a Type Rating is issued must be carried out under the control of an Approved Training Organisation (ATO).
Status:Cancelled on 26 September 2019
Review Comment:None
Version:1
Date:5 October 2015
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