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    I agree with Billy.

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    I'm going to wait and see what way Dunny leans before I show my hand.....
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    I suppose you'll be up all night voting for Diva Fever on the X Factor.....?
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    I worked at MAS and at ST Aero 04 & 05 using my IAA issued 66.Now, funny thing is I met several MAS people (even the quality inspector who issued my approval) that served their apprentiship at Aer Lingus in Dublin and were holders of the pre-66 A&C Licences from the IAA.

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    I remember the early days of MAS pilgrimage for the pre-66 A&C Licences from the IAA. And Irish holders of the same licences got work in Asia easily.

    Which is why I put the Singapore stance down to colonial preference...
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    I looked at the careers page on the MAS website and under acceptable licences they do state UK CAA/EASA.So a change on policy since I was there in 05.

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    Default Re: Irish issued EASA licence not acceptable in MAS??

    Quote Originally Posted by 400 Hertz View Post
    It is a bigger problem with some NAA's issuing licenses without the required modular examinations being completed, this is probably where the real problems lay.
    Selective memory, is that an attribute expected of today's Licensing Standards Inspector? You may recall the UKCAA performed such a procedure four years ago for 20+ personnel.

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    They've done it for a lot more than that LJE, what about all those with Ye Olde ancient approvals under Part-145, converted to various styles of Part-66's.

    With the massive black hole predicted soon in aircraft maintenance engineers by Boeing and others, stand by for the lowering of the requirements (or should that read 'easing').

    For my own idea, I suspect that many military-qualified technicians could transfer their academic status into Part-66 modules, plugging the skills gap. This would have to be applied across Europe although some NAA's already favour this system.

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    I accept that privileges were granted to staff with approvals under Part 145. Those particular 20 or so techs mentioned had Part 66 B1 AMLs issued in a very very short space of time prior to a deadline. At least 4 were assessed by Italy's ENAC as being Cat A material only. Ermm??

    The UKCAA never confirmed the existence of individual conversion reports (basic regulation requirement) for these personnel at the time after being politely asked by the ALAE.

    There's not much more to add other than the method in which the SRG issued these AMLs was completely unfair to those who earnt them :. There is nothing exceptional about the standards of our own NAA.

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    Cheers for all the info, all sounds a little topsy turvy to me so ill just stick my name in the hat with my irish licence an see how things go?
    dont ask me how long it will be!!!!!!

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