IN-2017/013: Third Country Licences Issued In Accordance With ICAO Annex I And Their Use Within The United Kingdom

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Reference:IN-2017/013
Title:Third Country Licences Issued In Accordance With ICAO Annex I And Their Use Within The United Kingdom
Description:The purpose of this reissued Information Notice is to clarify the policy regarding the use of Third Country Licences and their use within UK Airspace. Confirmation of the above will be required by the CAA using form SRG2140. However, affected pilots who are out of the UK during the weekend of 7/8 April 2017 do not need to take any action ahead of the 8 April 2017 implementation date. A general exemption will apply, allowing affected pilots until 15 April 2017 to fly back to the UK and complete the necessary declaration process.


Status:Superseded on 14 July 2017
Review Comment:Superseded by IN-2017/029.
Version:2
Date:7 April 2017
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