I completed my IFR checkride on the 15th of May this year, the next day I moved to Spain to study my EASA ATPL (airline transport pilot license).

A friend of mine here in Spain is doing his time building and I am allowed to sit in the right seat with him. Would I be allowed to log my approaches (66HIT) from the right seat even though I don't have an EASA PPL and the aircraft is registered in Spain?

I ask because that would save me the cost of paying for an instructor and a checkout flight as well as the hassle of flying alone in airspace which is completely new to me!


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