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  1. #131
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Jampton View Post
    According to the 24th Sep announcement a UK CAA issued licence will not be required to sign G reg aircraft as the CAA have said they will accept an EASA issued licence.

    The way I read it, a UK CAA licence will be utterly useless.
    Read it again.................it's for a fixed term only

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    Default Re: here we go again!

    Not sure if even our CAA are silly enough not issue a Licence that allows sign off of G reg airplanes, there are some around still flying!

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    Update: According to Kiwa Register, around 100 UK licences have been transferred already to NL. Not a big number by the looks, I don’t know how many to IAA or others....

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    Default Re: here we go again!

    KLM UKE so thay can stay in business?
    Alonso Hater

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Armstrong View Post
    Not sure if even our CAA are silly enough not issue a Licence that allows sign off of G reg airplanes, there are some around still flying!
    UK CAA are way ahead in the preparations for a hard-Brexit.
    I love this job

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    Quote Originally Posted by No Smoking View Post
    UK CAA are way ahead in the preparations for a hard-Brexit.
    Brexit is pissing off my employer (a UK airline) big time. They hate the sodding whole episode. However the OAPs on here will continue to shout out their rubbish. I am 52 BTW.
    Alonso Hater

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alber Ratman View Post
    Brexit is pissing off my employer (a UK airline) big time. They hate the sodding whole episode. However the OAPs on here will continue to shout out their rubbish. I am 52 BTW.
    Changes are difficult in the best of times, but become monumental when all the additonal unknowns get thrown into the mix.

    Who wants to be Mrs May tomorrow as she jets off to Brussels to meet officials who have already said No to the ideas in her briefcase?
    I love this job

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    Quote Originally Posted by No Smoking View Post
    Changes are difficult in the best of times, but become monumental when all the additonal unknowns get thrown into the mix.

    Who wants to be Mrs May tomorrow as she jets off to Brussels to meet officials who have already said No to the ideas in her briefcase?
    The unknowns were always known by people like me. Some of us actually did manufacturing engineering before we worked on maintenance of aeroplanes (and remember what was happening). Damn Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn. Wasters both of them.
    Alonso Hater

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