CAP1855: Amendments to the Aircrew regulation affecting pilot licence applicants, licence holders and training organisations

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Reference:CAP1855
Title:Amendments to the Aircrew regulation affecting pilot licence applicants, licence holders and training organisations
Description:

All training providers and applicants need to be aware that Amendment (EU) 2019/1747 to Commission Regulation (EU) 1178/2011, has been published, and came into effect on 11 November 2019.


The main objective of the amended regulation is to resolve inconsistencies identified after the adoption of the FCL implementing rules.


There are some significant changes affecting theoretical examinations, night rating course validity, IR requirements, instructor privileges and conditions, to name a few. 


The complete legislation is available on the EUR-Lex website.


This document provides details of the main changes only.


Status:Current
Review Comment:None
Version:3
Date:31 January 2020
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