Confirmation that General Exemption ORS4 No.1453 will expire 31 December 2021

Previous UK CAA licence holders who obtained their EASA licence between 1 January 2021 and 31 March 2021 will no longer be able to operate on UK (G-registered) aircraft from 1 January 2022 unless they gain a UK Part-FCL licence or a UK validation of their EASA licence.

Operators should ensure their crews have the appropriate privileges to operate G-registered aircraft.

All applications are processed in strict date order, licences must be verified prior to acceptance, the timescale for this verification is outside of the CAA’s control.

More information: Applications for a UK Part FCL for commercial EASA licence holders that previously held a UK EASA licence and transferred to an EASA member state