Transfer of pilot licence and medical records
Do you want to transfer your pilot licence and/or medical records to another EASA member state? This is how you proceed for a state of licence issue (SOLI) change.
- Apply change of competent authority
You must apply in the country that you want as your future competent authority. The aviation authorities in both countries will cooperate throughout transferring information and records.
If you want to transfer your pilot licence and/or medical records from Norway to another EASA member state, you need to apply to the aviation authority in that country. Contact the foreign aviation authority for more information on how to proceed.
If you want to transfer your pilot licence and/or medical records to Norway, you can apply by filling out this form.
Application: Change of competent authority NF-1057
- Pay the application fee
You will, in most cases, receive an invoice from the future competent authority and, in some cases also from the former competent authority.
In Norway, we charge one fee for transferring pilot licences and one for transferring medical records. Information about these are to be found in the Regulation for fees to the Civil Aviation Authority (BSL A 1-2).
- Return the old licence
When you receive your new licence, you must immediately return the old licence and medical records to the new competent authority.