privileges can be exercised by licence or certificate holders for up to 8 weeks
from the date of successful completion of examination(s), while they are
awaiting post-test endorsement of the licence or certificate.
Temporary certificates (TCs) are valid only for UK CAA Part-FCL (or JAR FCL) licence
holders and SFIs whose
Competent Authority is the UK CAA. TCs are therefore not available for initial
issue of licences and are not available to anyone whose licence or certificate
is subject to any UK CAA licensing action, including the suspension or
restriction of privileges where associated conditions have not been discharged.
have completed an applicable EASA-approved course of training at an ATO fully
approved for such training under Commission Regulation (EU) No. 1178/2011 (as
amended), Annex VI, Part-ORA.
TCs may be
valid, for a maximum period of 8 weeks,
from the date of successful completion of the Part-FCL requirements for the
issue of the rating or certificate, on the following aircraft categories:
aeroplanes; helicopters; balloons; sailplanes; or airships.
wishing to exercise temporary licence privileges must carry a valid Form SRG1100
- Temporary Certificate of Licence Privileges for Ratings or Certificates.
TCs (Form SRG1100
- Temporary Certificate of Licence Privileges for Ratings or Certificates) can only be issued and signed by
holders of valid Part-FCL Examiner Certificates, who are qualified to conduct the relevant Skill Test, Proficiency Check, or
Assessment of Competence.
issuing examiner is
responsible for ensuring that an applicant
must bear in mind that issue of TCs is not mandatory and that, even where
criteria for issue have been satisfied, they retain final discretion over
whether to issue to a particular individual. Any TC issued contrary to these
criteria will be invalid, and any examiner involved in such issue may
themselves be investigated and subject to enforcement action, depending on the
8-week validity period begins on the day that the associated flight test, ZFTT
or Base Training, as applicable, have been successfully completed, not on the
date of application, and it may not be extended.
for ratings or certificates should therefore be submitted promptly, well within the Temporary
Certificate’s 8-week validity period, to avoid the risk of TC expiry before endorsement of the rating or certificate sought on
the applicant’s licence.
requirements are found not to have been met on processing, previously issued
TCs will be suspended, and the main application may be rejected.
wishing to use a TC must:
Temporary Certificate Form SRG1100
- Temporary Certificate of Licence Privileges for Ratings or Certificates may be completed digitally
before printing (preferable method), or may be printed and completed manually.
post-TC further aircraft training requirement must be noted in the “Additional
Privileges/Restrictions/Remarks” section of the SRG1100 Form, with the remark
“Aircraft training to be completed”. When exercising newly obtained privileges
in an aircraft on the strength of a TC, pilots must carry evidence of
completion of any other prior aircraft training requirement. for example, Form
SRG1112 must be carried to prove that aircraft take-off and landing (base)
training has also been completed satisfactorily. The
validity of the SRG1100 shall be for period of 8 weeks from completion of the
Base Training and the validity date shall be completed by the ATO.
requires ZFTT graduates to commence LIFUS within 21 days of completing their
training course. The approved ZFTT-partnering AOC is responsible for ensuring
that this occurs. The validity of the SRG1100 shall be for period of 8 weeks
from completion of the ZFTT course and the validity date shall be completed by
Regulation (EU) No. 1178/2011 (as amended) Annex VI, ARA.FCL.215(d) permits the UK CAA to allow
Part-FCL privileges to be exercised by licence or certificate holders for up to
8 weeks from the date of successful completion of examination(s), while they
are awaiting post-test endorsement of the licence or certificate.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
if you have questions
or require further guidance.
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