Holders of a Flight Crew licence issued outside Europe, can convert it to a European licence, provided they meet the requirements of the licence conversion process.
EASA does not issue licences. In every Member State, the respective national aviation authority issues licences, according to the standards set out by the applicable European Regulations.
The conversion process can be somewhat complicated. The method taken to obtain an EASA Flight Crew licence have been set forth in Commission Regulation (EU) No 1178/2011 (PART-FCL) and will depend on your current licence(s) held, the licence you are trying to obtain and the hours or types of aircraft you have experience on.
Additionally, you need to hold a European medical certificate and have demonstrated language proficiency in the language to be used for radio communication.
Usually, in order to obtain a Part-FCL licence with credits for a third-country licence already held is to undergo Part-FCL training at which the course duration, the number of lessons and specific training hours may be reduced, based on the recommendation from an approved training organisation.
In this context, FLY LEVEL Approved Training Organisation provides all necessary assistance within the conversion process. We recommend that you contact us and discuss your conversion requirements. We will be able to provide you with more up-to-date information on the latest legislation changes and provide you will all the required training involved in the process.
We look forward to supporting your application.
If you need any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us at:
email: firstname.lastname@example.org / telephone: + 40 213 190 143.