Do you know if there is a procedure to convert a JAR FCL ATPL to a FAA ATPL? At least passing some written exams and medical examinations. Well, all pilots applying for a certificate based on ICAO foreign license must have the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) validate the license.
I hold a JAR FCL ATPL, and I*m working as a Boeing 737 captain. Have good flights & best wishes, Olivier Hi Oliver, In the US, the term used to denote the "equivalent" of a JAR FCL ATPL is the FAA ? Generally, there is not much problem converting your license to the FAA ATP provided your ATPL is issued in accordance with ICAO regulations.
Now, for many reasons, I would like to have a US ATPL, at least frozen. You can find out more on the steps necessary for foreign pilots to apply for a US certificate , as license requirements and forms are updated and modified frequently.
There is no provisions in the aircraft rules for undergoing IR renewal tests outside India.
However, DGCA permits tests on simulators of aircrafts having AUW above 5700Kgs outside India when facilities are not available in India.
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The requirements for conversion/issue of licence are specified in CAR Section 7 Series G Part I and schedule-II of the aircraft rules.
The requirements for CPL are also clearly spelled out in the application form for issue / conversions of CPLThe requirements for recency of flying during last 6 months is a statutory provision in section-J of the Schedule-II of the aircraft rues 1937 and is determined from the date of submission of complete documents complete in all respect for issue of licnese. However, a person may submit papers to DGCA without RTR(A) from Ministry of Communication provided the result is published on WPC official website.
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I have a question, not concerning the Boeing 777 but on licensing matters.