This type/class rating allows you to pilot a Multi Engine Aeroplane.
Please note that If you are the holder of an existing UK issued JAR Flight Crew licence which
has not already been converted to a Part-FCL licence, then the conversion process will take place
when you apply for this rating. This will require you to send us additional information.
Please see our information about licence
conversions for more details.
Information on applying on the basis of UK Military credits or a transferring a rating held on a
Third Country licence.
You must have:
Theory, Flight Training and Skills Test Requirements
You must have completed and passed:
Please ensure that your examiner has met the designation of examiner for skills test for initial
issue of Licences, ratings and certificates and Briefing of Non UK examiners requirements, as
detailed in information notice IN 2015/050 and IN 2014/110, if applicable).
Please note additional fees may apply if your licence needs to be converted, and for checking
that the ratings on a PART FCL licence remain valid.
See the Scheme of Charges
(Personnel Licensing), table 6 page 6 for details.
Additional fees also apply if you want your documents returned by secure courier.
We endeavour to process licence applications within 10 working days.
Incomplete applications are not subject to the 10 working day turnaround until all application
requirements are met.
If you are applying on the basis of training and testing conducted by a non UK approved EASA
Part FCL Approved Training Organisation you must send copies of the following:
If you are applying on the basis of a Third country ICAO licence conversion you will need to
Once all of the requirements above have been met, please complete and submit the online application form.
Civil Aviation Authority
Aviation HouseBeehive Ring RoadCrawleyWest SussexRH6 0YR
All relevant European regulations such as Part- ARO, ORO, CAT, SPA, NCC, NCO, MED are available on the link shown below.
For Flight Crew Regulations please refer to the consolidated version Commission Regulation (EU) No 1178/2011.
For other regulations such as Part-ORO, Part-ORA, please check the Air Operations regulations.
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