Questions tagged [easa-regulations]

EASA maintains the aviation laws for most of Europe. It contain rules pertaining to everything aviation-related: pilots, aircraft, maintenance, flight training, airlines and other commercial operations, the marking of obstacles and buildings, etc.

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Can a Greek EASA Part 66 License be converted to a German EASA Part 66 License?

I want to convert my Greece Part 66 license to a German Part 66 license. What procedure do I have to follow?
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HSI KG 525 PNI non slaved or only slaved?

I'm in Germany and currently on a project about the avionics of an older airplane (PA28). Here is a link to a former reddit question. My Prof. and me want to update the Avionics now - he asked me to ...
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How does an airline pilot log P1U/S time under EASA regulations?

I am looking for the exact way to log P1 Under Supervision (P1U/S) time for Commercial Airline Pilots (FOs). I know as a fact that, as a Pilot Flying first officer, you can log up to 500 hours in ...
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What is the relation between the EASA Light Aircraft Pilot Licences and the Private/Sailplane/Balloon Pilot Licences?

The EASA licence and ratings requirements pages list: PPL(A) - for aeroplanes PPL(H) - for helicopters SPL - for gliders BPL - for balloons which match: LAPL(A) - for aeroplanes LAPL(H) - for ...
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What is different between HIR (Hold Items Record) and DIR (Deferred Items Record)?

I wonder what is exactly different between HIR and DIR? What is different between HIR (Hold Items Record) and DIR (Deferred Items Record)?
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which country’s requirements for higher license?

If I have a license registered in country A and want to add a higher license with a flight school in country B (both countries are in EASA), which country’s rules apply for requirements for the higher ...
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What's the minimum legal height in Europe for a low pass at an airport?

Does anyone know in which document I can find the legal minimum height for a low pass at an airport, assuming the pass has been approved by ATC? I have been discussing this topic a lot with several ...
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Is Touring Motor Glider included in the term “aeroplanes”?

The EASA definition goes as follows: ‘Aeroplane’ means an engine-driven fixed-wing aircraft heavier than air, that is supported in flight by the dynamic reaction of the air against its wings. ‘...
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Does going from SPL with TMG to PPL(A) automatically give me a PPL(A) TMG rating?

I am currently training for PPL(A) while holding an SPL with TMG rating. Since I have more than 24 hours on TMG, I only need 15 hours of flying to obtain the PPL(A) license according to the EASA ...
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Is an EASA flight school required to give me my training records if I leave?

I am having troubles with my flight school in Austria/Europe. So I want to change school but the school won't give me my training records so I can't finish my training somewhere else. Is there any ...
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Who creates and amends tech logs?

Is it the operator, manufacturer or the NAA? I'm going to assume the operator does the creation and amending and only the NAA is to approve the document?
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What are the requirements to become a language proficiency examiner?

What are the requirements to become a language proficiency examiner? Does the person have to be a pilot? Does it have to be a flight instructor? What kind of language proficiency rating do they have ...
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How does an operator change an aircraft's maintenance program from high-interval to low-interval?

I have question for CAMO operators. If you have a maintenance program that is high-interval and the aircraft operates in excess of the maximum permissible hours and cycles you must go to a low-...
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Does FAA or EASA has any requirement for Supervised Take off and Landing?

India has a regulation of conducting supervised Take off & Landing. Same requires particular experience for Captain and First officer. Is there any similar requirement in FAA or EASA?
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Where can we fly a drone in Paris?

I'm wandering if I can fly my Phantom 4 Pro in Paris. What are the restrictions? If it's not allowed, can I get an official authorization as I'm an experienced drone operator?
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Do UK graduates need to pass EASA modules to obtain a B1.1 License?

Apart from 3 years of practical experience and type rating, some countries ask for Part 66 modules to be passed with a minimum 75%. How about UK graduates? Additionally, for a Romanian citizen who ...
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When does the 18-month time limit begin for the JAR ATPL examination?

Here is an extract from JAR-FCL 1 concerning the period during which it is necessary to pass 14 ATPL exams: Subject to any other conditions in JARs, an applicant will be deemed to have ...
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What is the official EASA definition of A, B, C and D checks, or where do I find it?

Schedule Maintenance is divided into many different checks. What is the official definition (EASA website, not wikipedia) of A, B, C and D check, or where do I find it?
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How can I convert a Georgian CPL to an EASA frozen ATPL?

I am interested in how I can convert my CPL issued by Georgia to a frozen ATPL? Georgia is not a member of EASA.
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If the operator is not the CAMO who is responsible?

If the operator does not have a Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO) and it contracts out its CAMO functions, does the operator remain responsible for the aircraft or does the ...