If no deal is agreed between the EU and the UK, flight training examiners might need to take action. Actions required would depend on individual circumstances and are a matter for each business and individual to consider. This page sets what you need to consider to prepare for such an eventuality.
All UK issued GR, FE, CRE, IRE, FIE, SFE and TRE conducting Skill Test, Proficiency Checks and/or Assessments of Competence.
Examiners would continue to conduct Skill Test, Proficiency Checks and/or Assessments of Competence for UK licence holders only.
Examiners must contact the State of Licence issue prior to conducting a Skill Test, Proficiency Check and/or Assessment of Competence and obtain confirmation that the result would be accepted.
All EU/EASA, non-UK issued FE, CRE, IRE, FIE, SFE and TRE conducting Skill Test, Proficiency Checks or Assessments of Competence on UK licence holders.
EASA Part-FCL examiner certificates issued by other member states would remain valid by virtue of the EU Withdrawal Act for up to two years after exit day (subject to the limitations of any relevant validity period and any relevant enforcement action). Certificates would be treated as if they were issued by the UK CAA (when the privileges are being used in respect UK pilots etc). EASA Part-FCL examiner certificate holders would be required to complete the UK test notification process and hold a UK validation, where the test is conducted in a UK registered aircraft outside of UK Sovereign Airspace.