Following the many requests we have researched and here publish a guideline:|
A license issued by a non-JAA State may be converted to a JAR-FCL license provided that an arrangement exists between the JAA and the non-JAA State.
JAR-FCL 1.1015 Acceptance of Licenses, ratings, authorisations, approvals or certificates
JAR-FCL 1.1016 Credit given to a holder of a license issued by a non-JAA State
(a) An applicant for a JAR-FCL license and IR, if applicable, already holding at least an equivalent license issued in accordance with ICAO Annex 1 by a non JAA-State shall meet all the requirements of JAR-FCL, except that the requirements of course duration, number of lessons and specific training hours may be reduced.The Authority may be guided as to the credits to be granted on the basis of a recommendation from an appropriate training organisation.
(b) The holder of an ATPL(A) issued in accordance with ICAO Annex 1 who meets the 1500 hours flying experiece requirements on multi-pilot aeroplanes as PIC or co-pilot of Appendix 1 to JAR-FCL 1.1015 may be exempted from the requirements to undergo approved training prior to undertaking the theoretical knowledge examinations and the skill test, if that license contains a valid multi-pilot type rating forthe aeroplane to be used for the ATPL(A) skill test.
JAR-FCL 1.020 Credit for Military service (see Appendix 1 to JAR-FCL 1.005)
JAR-FCL 1.025 Validity of licenses and ratings (see JAR-FCL 3.105)
Appendix1 to JAR-FCL 1.1015 Minimum requirements for the validation of pilot licenses of non-JAA States
Appendix 2 to JAR-FCL 1.1015 Conversion of a PPL issued by a non-JAA Member State to a JAR-FCL PPL
For more information: JAR-FCL1