CAP1928: Comment response document: Conducting paid-for initial pilot training in UK National Permit-to-Fly aeroplanes

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Reference:CAP1928
Title:Comment response document: Conducting paid-for initial pilot training in UK National Permit-to-Fly aeroplanes
Description:Earlier this year, we consulted on the proposal of extending paid-for initial (Ab initio) pilot training to be conducted using certain aeroplanes which hold a UK national Permit-to-Fly (PtF). Having conducted a detailed analysis, this document sets out the results of this consultation and summarises our next steps.


Status:Current
Review Comment:None
Version:1
Date:6 October 2020
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