The transition period in effect since the UK left the European Union has ended. The UK has left the EU Single Market and Customs Union, as well as all EU policies and international agreements. The UK is a third country.
On 24 December 2020, the European Commission reached an agreement with the United Kingdom on the terms of its future cooperation with the European Union. This agreement is provisionally applicable since 1 January 2021.
In the agreement, Article AVSAF.3 identifies that Personnel Licensing will be an area where the Parties may cooperate. At this time, there are no agreements or associated Annexes in place between the EU and the UK in this area. Licensing and Training under the oversight of the UK CAA is now considered as third country licensing and training.
Examiners certified by the UK CAA and not holding an Examiner certificate issued i.a.w. FCL.1000(c) by an EASA Member State, MAY NOT carry out any activity relating to an Irish Issued Part FCL licence. This includes performance of skill tests or proficiency checks, revalidation of rating pages etc.
More information on the impact on Aviation Licensing and Training of the UK leaving the EU may be viewed here.
Please read the the IAA's National Administrative Procedures before completing the Notification of Test Form.
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