ORS4 No. 895: Flight at Night in the United Kingdom without an Instrument Rating by the holders of pilot licences that are deemed to be Part-FCL licences

Please find below details of the CAA Publication you have selected. Dependent on availability, you are able to download the file, or purchase a printed copy.

 
Reference:ORS4 No. 895
Title:Flight at Night in the United Kingdom without an Instrument Rating by the holders of pilot licences that are deemed to be Part-FCL licences
Description:The legislation defining the European rules for Flight Crew Licensing, including medical and other requirements, comes into force on 8 April 2012. The legislation is Regulation (EU) No. 1178/2011 - the “EASA Aircrew Regulation”. The UK Rules of the Air specify that the Instrument Flight Rules apply to any flight at night (except a Special VFR flight). The UK Air Navigation Order permits flight under the Instrument Flight Rules by pilots who do not hold instrument ratings in circumstances where an Instrument Rating is not required; (i.e. In Visual Meteorological Conditions in airspace where an IR is not mandatory). However, the Regulation (EU) No. 1178/2011 requires a valid IR for any flight under IFR. This temporary exemption is issued to allow UK licence holders with JAR-FCL licences (that are deemed to be Part-FCL licences) to continue to fly at night whilst potential amendments to the Rules of the Air for flight at night are developed.
Status:Withdrawn on 7 June 2012
Review Comment:None
Version:1
Date:13 April 2012
View File:N/A
Purchase Copy:N/A