ORS4 No.1264: Requirement to hold a Part-FCL Light Aircraft Pilot Licence (“LAPL”) when acting as the pilot of a United Kingdom registered aeroplane or helicopter with an EASA Certificate of Airworthiness within the privileges of the LAPL for two months from 8 April 2018

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Reference:ORS4 No.1264
Title:Requirement to hold a Part-FCL Light Aircraft Pilot Licence (“LAPL”) when acting as the pilot of a United Kingdom registered aeroplane or helicopter with an EASA Certificate of Airworthiness within the privileges of the LAPL for two months from 8 April 2018
Description:General Exemption: In respect of the requirement for holders of appropriate pilot licences issued under Article 152 of the Air Navigation Order 2016 (ANO) to act as pilot of a UK registered EASA aeroplane or helicopter within the privileges of the Part-FCL LAPL without holding a Part-FCL LAPL.
Status:Superseded on 29 May 2018
Review Comment:Superseded by ORS4 No.1269
Version:1
Date:5 April 2018
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Purchase Copy:Printed copy not available for purchase

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