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The CAA has issued an exemption which will allow, until 7th April 2019, a pilot to fly a UK registered aeroplane or helicopter with an EASA Certificate of Airworthiness or EASA Permit to Fly (with the privileges of a LAPL) on their UK PPL or NPPL.



This particularly allows pilots with a UK national license and a self-declared medical, to continue to fly EASA certificated aircraft as well as Annex 2 Permit to Fly types.




The CAA document is at



NB: This applies to NPPL holders whose licence and/or ratings were issued by the CAA before the 8th April 2018.



30th May 2018