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This validation allows you to fly for remuneration on non-commercial operations or commercial air transport or other commercial activities, using your non-EU ICAO licence.
Holders of a non-EU ICAO licence who wish to be paid for activities such as:
You must hold:
The aircraft you intend to fly must be registered in the UK
The operator’s principal place of business must be in the UK
You must complete a skill test that comprises of the type or class revalidation requirements. You can complete your skill test with a UK or non-UK examiner authorised under Part-FCL.
If using the services of a non-UK authorised examiner, the examiner must prenotify the test, and comply with the requirements of
Information Notice 2016/003
You will need to demonstrate language proficiency, and this must be tested by a UK examiner. If you don’t pass your language proficiency test, you will need to attend
an ATO approved by us.
You will need to obtain a
Part MED Class One Medical Certificate
The applicant must enter a Part-FCL course in order to obtain a Part-FCL licence BEFORE the validation expires if the validation is to be extended.
The validation can only be extended once and before it expires.
Please make sure all attachments are in PDF format. Any evidence deemed unsuitable will delay your application being processed.
Once all of the requirements above have been met, the application should be submitted by email to the address below.
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