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caa logoThe CAA website reports that "After substantial consultation with internal and external stakeholders, we now allow flight instruction and self-fly hire to utilise aircraft flying in accordance with a National Permit to Fly subject to specified conditions. This relaxation has been published through an additional General Permission and is designed to sit alongside the General Permission already in place for Type Approved microlight’s and gyroplanes".

This permission does not apply to flight instruction and examination where the recipient does not hold a licence, except when the recipient is:

  • The registered owner or joint-owner, or
  • A registered shareholder of the company of which owns the aircraft, or
  • Is the spouse or child of a registered sole or joint owner.

For amateur built aircraft that are not type approved, Ab initio training is not allowed at this time and will be subject to further future consideration. Nevertheless, if the recipient or candidate already holds a valid license for the same aircraft category, then flight instruction and examination will be allowed.

For full information please visit the CAA website by clicking here

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