CAP 1667: Gyroplanes: Criteria for the approval of Non-Complex Training Organisations offering training courses for Commercial Pilot Licences and Flight Instructor Certificates

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Reference:CAP 1667
Title:Gyroplanes: Criteria for the approval of Non-Complex Training Organisations offering training courses for Commercial Pilot Licences and Flight Instructor Certificates
Description:The purpose of this document is to provide background to the requirements for organisations or persons seeking to apply for Approval as a UK National Approved Training Organisation [ATO-N] to conduct courses of training for Commercial Gyroplane pilot licences and Flight Instructor qualifications, whose principal place of business and registered office are located in the United Kingdom.
Status:Current
Review Comment:None
Version:1
Date:3 January 2019
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