I am planning to enrol in an ATP integrated course in a UK-approved ATO. Will I be able to obtain a Part-FCL licence valid in EASA Member States on the basis of such course?
After December 31, 2020, training for the issuance of a Part-FCL license must be conducted in a training organisation under oversight of an EASA Member State or EASA. Accordingly, after that date, training for the issuance of such a license in a UK-approved ATO is no longer possible.
Students who started their courses in a UK-approved ATO before January 01, 2021 had a possibility, before that date, to transfer their training to a training organisation under oversight of an EASA Member State or EASA. In such a case, the student wishing to transfer the training must have applied to the competent licensing authority of an EASA Member State for a formal assessment of the further hours of training required.