FAQ Conversion PPL Licence
Here you will find information regarding requirements and procedures for conversion and crediting of licence from third country, in compliance with Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2020/723.
There is no requirement to undergo training before the skill test, but it is highly recommended. Pilots who do not meet the 100 hours as pilot, which is a requirement to convert the licence,
The skill test for the PPL, if based on a conversion from a 3rd country licence, shall only be conducted by examiners with a Norwegian examiner certificate. PPL til FAQ
I am a holder of a third country pilot license and would like to convert to a Norwegian EASA Part FCL license. How do I proceed?
I am a holder of a third country pilot license and would like to convert to a Norwegian EASA Part FCL license. How do I proceed? You shall comply with Commission Delegated Regulation (EU)
I have a UK licence and a medical certificate issued by a UK aero-medical examiner (AME) before 1st January 2021. Will my medical certificate be accepted?
If a transfer of a UK licence was not made before 1st January 2021, the medical certificate could no longer be accepted since it is now recognized as issued by a third country authority. PPL til
I have taken the theoretical examination in the UK before 1st January 2021. Do I have to retake the examination?
The provisions in FCL.025 applies. Theoretical knowledge examinations taken in the UK before 1st January 2021 will be accepted. However, the theoretical knowledge examination is only valid for
The skill test form shall be sent together with copies of the following supporting documents: Valid ICAO licence, (UK licence issued as Part-FCL licence or a national licence), relevant flight
Fees are charged in accordance with BSL A 1-2 “Forskrift om gebyr til Luftfartstilsynet (Gebyrforskriften), and subject to change. You will be invoiced the fee after we have received your
The English language proficiency test shall be conducted by an EASA approved English language proficiency assessor. PPL til FAQ
Pilots who have more than 100 hours as pilot will have to pass a written examination in Air Law and Human Performance. Pilots with less than 100 hours as pilot will have to undergo an approved
To enrol for the theoretical examinations, you will have to get in touch with an EASA approved ATO/DTO. PPL til FAQ
You need an initial medical examination conducted by an EASA approved aero-medical center (AeMC) or an aero-medical examiner (AME) for issue of an EASA medical certificate class 2. We recommend