Please note that applications for the issue of a Part FCL PPL where an exemption has been issued to enable JAR training to be used towards the training requirements for the Part FCL PPL licence must be received by the UK CAA by close of business on 29 September 2017. Any applications received after this date will not be accepted.
We recommend that you apply online to avoid postal delays.
Different types of licence are available for recreational flying. Find out which one is right for you here.
Most types of flying now need an EASA licence. In some cases, conversion is compulsory. Find out how to convert as a stand-alone application and as part of another application
Apply for a licence or rating using paper or digital forms and read guidance about how to make your application
Overview of the regulations governing EASA licences. This section covers general requirements covering all licences as well as specific additional requirements for each individual licence. Ratings and medical requirements are also included
Used for flying non-EASA Annex II aircraft which require non-EASA type ratings, such as microlights.
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