Getting back in the air

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Getting back in the air

Postby talk2optimus » Sun Aug 07, 2016 7:46 pm

Hallo daar almal!
Rather have a bash at this in english, anyways, I last did my license renewal in 2013. Flight test was done, paperwork signed and stamped but I never took it all to RAASA.

My question, how do I go about getting my license current again? I used to fly out of Heidelberg and will most probably do so again.

Much appreciated for any feedback received.
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Re: Getting back in the air

Postby RV12 » Fri Aug 12, 2016 1:09 pm

What type of License ? NPL ?
Im am not sure if it is the same for NPL as for PPL.

PPL lapse of competency is:
Lapsed < 36 months - Ground and flight training, meet recency, revalidation check.
Lapsed between 36 and 60 months - Re-write air law, Ground and flight training, meet recency, initial skills test.
Lapsed > 60 months - Comply with initial requirements of 61.03.
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Re: Getting back in the air

Postby Bundy » Fri Aug 12, 2016 3:32 pm

Hi Optimus,

My advice to you is just to go see your instructor who did the last renewal....they will advise you best as to what you will need to get current again. :)
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