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Yes, a pilot can hold multiple licences from different authorities, but it's not about operating in a country. A license from an authority applies to aircraft registered with that authority, wherever that aircraft is in the world. An FAA license lets you operate an N registered aircraft anywhere in the world, it does not let you operate a foreign ...


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The simple answer to your question is "NO". There are 4 different kinds of part 135 operating certificate, many of which have a limited number of pilot positions. These pilots must be listed on the paperwork for the certificate and must meet all training, experience and currency requirements as specified by the certificate. On a Single Pilot ...


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