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How can a national pilot licence be converted into a Part-FCL licence?

What is the difference between the terms FCL (Flight Crew Licensing) and Aircrew?

Will a licence issued in accordance with JAR-FCL requirements still be valid once the new rules become applicable?

Will a national licence that does not comply with JAR-FCL requirements still be valid once the new rules become applicable?

Could the Agency assist with interpreting the JAR-FCL requirements?

Is it correct that there are new requirements for instrument ratings (IR) and provisions to allow cloud flying for sailplane pilots published in the Aircrew Regulation?

Following the introduction of a new variant to an existing type rating, how do pilots attain the privileges to operate the new variant?

How can a national pilot licence be converted into an EASA pilot licence?

How should the new class and type rating list for aeroplanes which is published on the Agency’s website be understood ? (complex aircraft, SET class, PA 46, instructor qualification)

When will the new rules on pilot licensing be applicable?

How can a third country (non-EU) licence be converted into a Part-FCL licence?

To whom can an appeal against the examination/test/check results be sent?

Could the European Central Question Bank be published?

How can a military licence be converted to a civilian one?

Which licence do I have to hold to become a TRI on a multi pilot aeroplane (MPA)?

Can a co-pilot apply for a TRI rating on a multi pilot aeroplane (MPA)?