Guidance for applicants
You must hold a UK National or JAR FCL licence issued by the UK CAA and meet the requirements as specified in CAP804, section 4 Part P
The fee that you need to pay will depend on your circumstances; for example:
To assist in the interpretation of the scheme of charges a Fee Calculator has been developed, which derives the fee for this application type for your particular circumstances.
We endeavour to process applications in 10 working days from receipt.
EASA-FCL licences have no expiry date and are therefore valid for the holder’s lifetime.
Application form SRG1104 and supporting material as applicable for your circumstances and the type of application; as per the guidance attached to each application form.
Once all of the requirements above have been met, the application should be submitted by post or in person to:
Licensing and Training Standards,
Gatwick Airport South,
A desk based assessment from a Flight Crew Licensing Officer or Assistant.
Following an acceptable assessment your licensing application will be processed signed and despatched.
In some circumstances an applicant for a conversion of an existing licence to an EASA licence may also require a national licence to fly Annexe II aircraft (Aircraft not on the EASA Type List). This process is undertaken by the Licensing Officer who assesses your application.