ORS4 No.1228: Exemption from the Requirement for Holders of FAA Pilot Licences with FAA Class 3 Medicals, Exercising Private Licence Privileges to Comply with the Conversion and Validation Requirements of Annex III to Regulation (EU) No. 1178/2011 as Amended

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Reference:ORS4 No.1228
Title:Exemption from the Requirement for Holders of FAA Pilot Licences with FAA Class 3 Medicals, Exercising Private Licence Privileges to Comply with the Conversion and Validation Requirements of Annex III to Regulation (EU) No. 1178/2011 as Amended
Description:Notifies the Part-FCL Annex III licensing validation requirements for holders of third country, non-Part FCL, (‘EASA’) licences wishing to exercise private, non-commercial, licence privileges, after 8 April 2017. It explains that, whilst the final terms of EU-US bilateral aviation safety agreement (BASA) for mutual licence recognition are still under negotiation, affected FAA licence holders will be exempt from the need for full compliance with Annex III, subject to their satisfying certain criteria drawn from the current draft BASA. The criteria proposed will permit the continued interim use of FAA Class 3 medicals for the non-commercial flying in question until such time as the finalised, signed BASA is in place.
Status:Superseded on 8 April 2019
Review Comment:Superseded by ORS4 No.1301
Version:1
Date:27 June 2017
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Purchase Copy:Printed copy not available for purchase

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