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q=easa license in usa From there, the first three links that populate the search engine are: believe when you finish you get a frozen ATPL.

Finally, is there an equivalent of the FAA R-ATP in Europe? First off, do you have the right to work in the EU?

If you don't, KLM would have to sponsor you, which is unlikely.

You can even keep both current as long as you go through the required regular checks. The ATPL exams can be really nasty/"different" I'm currently a Australian CPL holder doing a conversion course, and it isn't quite that simple.

Firstly, you need ATPL subjects passed in an EASA state (including a minimum of 10% ground school, about 40 or so hours). If you want to get your IR (which, really is a must), there is a certain amount of flying that needs to be done in Europe first (believe it is 15 hours).

I don't know how similar it is to the US R-ATP - (however I doubt they are equivalent)It is exponentially easier if you get the full FAA ATP and convert it to a full EASA ATP.

Converting an FAA multi commercial to an EASA R_ATP requires all 15 written tests and all checkrides, just like you didn't have anything at all.

It's not like your FAA certificate goes away once you convert to get the EASA license. As far as I'm aware, they require you to speak dutch, and there is something like 1200 unemployed pilots in the Netherlands. Your best bet as a low-timer is going to be Ryanair or Wizz. Didn't work that way, they almost always failed all the exams.You must then pass a written exam on Canadian air law (PSTAR exam), and a Radiotelephone Restricted Operator Certificate exam.You also must meet the following criteria: Hold an FAA Private License Be at least 17 years old Have proof of a minimum of 45 hours total time The fee for conversion of a Private License is 5.00This link will help you study for the PSTAR exam: (If link doesn’t work go here- link will help you study for the Radiotelephone Restricted Operator Certificate: (If link doesn’t work go here – you are planning on training for Canadian CPL with us, you could start training while TC process your PPL conversion by emailing Transport Canada at – [email protected] to arrange to obtain a Foreign License Validation Certificate (FLVC) – this is a .00 fee and will allow you to train in Canada as you start the conversion process.I can say (from experience) that the CAAP license validation and conversion process is both lengthy and tedious A visit to the CAAP office located near NAIA in Manila is necessary to obtain the application form and checklist of requirements Completing the checklist will require visits to multiple government agencies to obtain documents such as NBI clearance, Radiotelephone license, etc Depending on your experience and license (ATP, Commercial) one or more academic tests will be required - Philippine Air Law at a minimum, possibly more I have heard that 'onboarding' Cebu Pacific contract pilots (having an ATPL) take several weeks to complete this process This mirrors my own experience as a permanent resident completing the checklist on my own time If you are visiting the Manila area for an extended vacation with the wife, you may wish to pursue this Otherwise, I suggest you focus your professional activities in the USA where the opportunities are much more plentiful right now I can say (from experience) that the CAAP license validation and conversion process is both lengthy and tedious A visit to the CAAP office located near NAIA in Manila is necessary to obtain the application form and checklist of requirements Completing the checklist will require visits to multiple government agencies to obtain documents such as NBI clearance, Radiotelephone license, etc Depending on your experience and license (ATP, Commercial) one or more academic tests will be required - Philippine Air Law at a minimum, possibly more I have heard that 'onboarding' Cebu Pacific contract pilots (having an ATPL) take several weeks to complete this process This mirrors my own experience as a permanent resident completing the checklist on my own time If you are visiting the Manila area for an extended vacation with the wife, you may wish to pursue this Otherwise, I suggest you focus your professional activities in the USA where the opportunities are much more plentiful right now I concur that its a lengthy process and if you don't know anyone at CAAP this process will take a long time.I was there I flew for several airlines there but I was dual citizenship plus every year you have to exit Philippines to a US territory or else you'll be overstaying which can amount to significant penalties.

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