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I've been looking around for the sale of ex-military jets, to own and fly, namely an Aero Vodochody L-39 Albatros, and so out of interest had a look at the CAA website for infomation on licenses, training and general ownership etc, and across the terms EASA and non-EASA licenses, I rougly understood the meaning of them, but am unsure as to which license I would need to own and L-39.

Whilst asking this, I would be appreciative if anyone could give me some general tips and advice on owning an ex-militatry jet trainer and the kind of courses/training I'd have to undertake to own and fly it. Thank you in advance.

Please edit if I have left something important out or anything like that.

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According to CAP 632

6.1 Ex-military aircraft on the UK register with a ‘Permit-to-Fly’ may be piloted by either private or professional licence holders. Pilots must hold a current civil licence with a current civil class or type rating appropriate to the ex military type[s] being flown or where no civil type rating exists, an Aircraft Type Rating Exemption from the need to hold a type rating. Any questions relating to licence matters should be addressed to CAA PLD

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  • Any turbine-powered aeroplane - To fly an ex-military turbine-powered aeroplane a pilot must hold an Aircraft Type Rating Exemption. See paragraph 6.7 for details of obtaining an Aircraft Type Rating Exemption

and so on.

Ex-military aircraft are non-EASA aircraft. Ref

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  • $\begingroup$ So the aircraft has to be ex-british and I would have to have flown it in the military beforehand, or be a commercial pilot? $\endgroup$
    – anonymous
    Feb 9, 2018 at 15:40
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    $\begingroup$ @anonymous. 1) AFAIK non-British aircraft can be registered in the UK and many are. 2) No. 3) No. $\endgroup$ Feb 9, 2018 at 15:43
  • $\begingroup$ Thank you very much for your clarification and original answer, I appreciate it. $\endgroup$
    – anonymous
    Feb 9, 2018 at 15:51

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