Licence Conversions

Licence Conversions

Conversion of Licences to Part-FCL Private Pilots Licence

If you have non an EASA licence and want to convert it, we are here to help you go through the steps described bellow to achieve that.

(1) A PPL licence issued in compliance with the requirements of Annex 1 to the Chicago Convention by a third country may be converted into a Part-FCL PPL with a single-pilot class or type rating by the competent authority of a Member State.

The pilot shall apply to the competent authority of the Member State where he/she resides or is established.

(2) The holder of the licence shall comply with the following minimum requirements, for the relevant aircraft category:

(a) Pass a written examination in Air Law and Human Performance;

(b) Pass the PPL skill test, as relevant, in accordance with Part-FCL;

(c) Fulfil the requirements for the issue of the relevant class or type rating, in accordance with Subpart H;

(d) Hold at least a Class 2 medical certificate, issued in accordance with Part-Medical;

(e) Demonstrate that he/she has acquired language proficiency in accordance with FCL.055;

(f) have completed at least 100 hours of flight time as a pilot.

Please contact us for more information.

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Conversion of Licences to Part-FCL Private Pilots Licence

A PPL licence issued in compliance with the requirements of Annex 1 to the Chicago Convention by a third country may be converted into a Part-FCL PPL.

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Advise and help

We are here to help you go through all required steps

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provide training tailored to an individual's needs

We can provide training tailored to an individual's needs and experience to meet the requirements set by the Civil Aviation Authorities regarding the conversion of foreign licences.