IN-2012/042: EXTENSION OF GENERAL EXEMPTION PERMITTING THE USE OF A MEDICAL DECLARATION WITH PILOT LICENCES OTHER THAN NPPL WHEN FLYING SSEA, SLMG AND MICROLIGHT AEROPLANES

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Reference:IN-2012/042
Title:EXTENSION OF GENERAL EXEMPTION PERMITTING THE USE OF A MEDICAL DECLARATION WITH PILOT LICENCES OTHER THAN NPPL WHEN FLYING SSEA, SLMG AND MICROLIGHT AEROPLANES
Description:The Civil Aviation Authority’s Official Record Series 4 (Four) contains a General Exemption which permits holders of valid aeroplane licences issued by the CAA (other than National Private Pilot’s Licences (NPPL(A)s) to exercise the privileges of those licences as if they are NPPL(A)s. This is in the circumstances where the licence holder does not hold a medical certificate appropriate to the licence, but does have a Medical Declaration appropriate to the NPPL(A).
Status:Cancelled on 11 April 2013
Review Comment:None
Version:1
Date:5 March 2012
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