ORS4 No. 914: 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

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Reference:ORS4 No. 914
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:Regulation (EU) No 1178/2011 (the EASA Aircrew Regulation) laying down the rules for Part-FCL pilot licences came into force on 8 April 2012. It permits only a valid Instrument Rating (IR) holder to fly under the Instrument Flight Rules (IFR). Under UK law night flying must be conducted under the IFR (except on a Special VFR flight) but a pilot who has night flying privileges may fly at night when an IR is not required (i.e. in Visual Meteorological Conditions in airspace where an IR is not mandatory). This exemption allows UK holders of JAR-FCL licences, which are deemed to be Part-FCL licences, to continue to fly at night while amendments to UK law for flight at night are developed
Status:Withdrawn on 17 September 2012
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Version:1
Date:15 June 2012
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