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UK – EU Transition, and UK Civil Aviation Regulations

To access current UK civil aviation regulations, including AMC and GM, CAA regulatory documents, please use this link to UK Regulation. Please note, if you use information and guidance under the Headings below, the references to EU regulations or EU websites in our guidance will not be an accurate information or description of your obligations under UK law. These pages are undergoing reviews and updates.

In order to apply for this licence and or instructor/examiner certificate you will need to apply using the online application form or e-Licensing application. 

Please be advised that Instructor/Examiners must use online application form and not e-licensing portal.

The following evidence will be required:

  • A certified copy of your passport 
  • A certified copy of your EASA Part-FCL licence
  • A certified copy of your EASA Part-FCL Examiner/Instructor certificate (if applicable)
  • Medical records held by the UK CAA, as detailed below

The current fee is £263 plus the verification fee of £47. Additional fees will be payable if you also wish to transfer privileges held on an instructor/examiner certificate.

Medical records supporting UK Part-MED certificate must be held on the United Kingdom CAA Medical Records System 

What will happen next

Following the initial assessment, a request will be sent to your issuing Authority for verification of the EASA Part-FCL licence, and for confirmation of any current enforcement or revocation action.

Only once we are in receipt of the verification, and your UK medical has been issued, will we then be able to issue your licence.

We are reliant on the cooperation and turnaround of the other authority and therefore cannot advise on timeframe for licence issue.

In some instances, there may be ratings that we are unable to issue, these may be because they are national ratings applicable to the EASA state that has issued the licence or restricted ratings.

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