IN-2016/036: Concerning individuals using Third Country Licences for Non-Commercial Flights in Aircraft Registered in a Third Country and individuals using Third Country Licences for Non-Commercial Flights in Aircraft Registered in the United Kingdom

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Reference:IN-2016/036
Title:Concerning individuals using Third Country Licences for Non-Commercial Flights in Aircraft Registered in a Third Country and individuals using Third Country Licences for Non-Commercial Flights in Aircraft Registered in the United Kingdom
Description:The purpose of this Information Notice is to confirm the granting of an Exemption covering Third Country Licence holders flying Third Country and UK Registered aircraft without having to hold a Part-FCL licence or a Validation.
Status:Superseded on 3 May 2016
Review Comment:Superseded by IN-2016/041.
Version:1
Date:7 April 2016
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