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Lifeisgood
02-03-2009, 08:46 AM
Sorry to bother with stupid questions:

1. What is the Bermuda Validation? What does it allow to do? How is it obtained? Is it another paper or does it go somewhere on your FAA ATPL?

2. What does the FAA put on your ATPL after the BBJ type rating course?
"B737"?


Thank you.


trafly
02-03-2009, 10:13 AM
The Bermuda validation is only required if you are to be flying an aircraft that is registered in Bermuda. Basically a review of qualifications to ensure you are qualified to fly the aircraft. A bit of the old English bureaucracy.

Bermuda Department of Civil Aviation (http://www.dca.gov.bm/Registration/HowToRegister.aspx)