The purpose of this project is to process relevant data from pilot examination sessions to assess the consistency of practical skill tests for pilots across the EASA Member States and to identify regulatory improvements in the field. The primary benefit envisaged from the project is an analysis of how historical differences in the pilot licensing systems in the various Member States influences the current practices in respect of these skill tests. This will enable the Agency to provide appropriate feedback to rulemaking activities, in particular the review of Sub-Part K of Regulation (EU) 1178/2011.
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