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    Default Re: here we go again!

    All the publicity from the CAA and EASA, so far quoted on here, is about the very worst result from political negotiations. If you actually read the blurb you would have seen what is actually proposed by each authority and actually on the boards at the moment.

    No-one wants a cliff-edge drop-off and both authorities are intently safeguarding the safety status of aviation - theirs and ours reputations hang on it.

    Supposition and bickering on here is pointless until a decision is made.
    Looked alright to Me....

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    Default Re: here we go again!

    Quote Originally Posted by Rigga View Post
    All the publicity from the CAA and EASA, so far quoted on here, is about the very worst result from political negotiations. If you actually read the blurb you would have seen what is actually proposed by each authority and actually on the boards at the moment.

    No-one wants a cliff-edge drop-off and both authorities are intently safeguarding the safety status of aviation - theirs and ours reputations hang on it.

    Supposition and bickering on here is pointless until a decision is made.
    Alas the politicians have control...
    Alonso Hater

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    Default Re: here we go again!

    Quote Originally Posted by tux2006 View Post
    Directly from the IAA,

    AML TRANSFER OF STATE GUIDANCE

    The IAA may accept a transfer of licence provided applicants meet the following criteria:
    a) The applicant is developing their career in a maintenance organisation located or based in Ireland; or
    b) They need to have their licence endorsed based on courses directly approved by the IAA; or
    c) They need acceptance of basic examinations conducted by the IAA; or
    d) They have residential ties to Ireland; or
    e) They have the right to work in Ireland.

    A request for a transfer may not progress until an applicant adequately demonstrates one or more of the criteria items above.

    We can transfer based on point e) - currently we are EU citizens so have the right to work in Ireland. After we leave?...well who knows.

    Just two of the answers from different NAA that I have approached for the matter:


    Danish Authorities

    "Dear Martin



    I believe that you have good knowledge and experience, but must disappoint you with the bellowed answer:



    The Danish Transport Authority (DTA) does not have the capacity to have licenced personnel without connection to Denmark either by work or residence.

    The authority shall have the capacity to verify documentations and perform audit of personnel and organisations. Travels could be very time consuming and costly. This extra cost should then be invoiced on the individual licence.

    To apply for a personal licence you should either work for a company with connection to Denmark or have residence in Denmark.

    Should you at a later stage fulfil these criteria, you are welcome to contact us again"

    FOCA Switzerland

    "Dear Mr. XXXXX,



    Thank you for your interest in a Swiss Part-66 license.



    Unfortunately we are only issue license to Swiss citizen or Person employed by a maintenance organization under the approval of FOCA.



    Kind regards,"

    So it's not easy like someone else says around here, just transfer you UK-CAA EASA to another European NAA.

    Apart from being clear that no EASA member state will convert any other licence like it may have been before *****, likewise the Australian Licence is Copy Paste of the EASA System and can't be transferred, not even the types, not even the types that you have been certifying for.....

    It is clear that brexiters in this forum, like in many others forums, like to have the Island free of "foreign intrusion", but keep at the same time the freedom to work, live, go to the doctor, have a sunbath, or whatever they please in the rest of Europe, and the world for that matter..... A bit of colonialism detected : "We go there to have a 1 Pound beer to pay those little bastards their salaries....."
    For the opinion of some people here too, it seems that the Aviation World, the factories, the MRO's, the Training Organisations, etc, need from the UK more than the UK needs from them, and the aviation world and EASA gonna stop because of the Brexit ............... and have a reputation of being humble at the same time...... Now it seems that some of us gonna be hit by the red bus as a Collateral Damage..........

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