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SlayerDriver
05-23-2017, 11:23 AM
I know for example a (US) person can't fly a jet in the UK without an ATP rating. Does anyone know where I can get a list of countries that also do no allow non-ATP jet flying? I tried Universal, looked through the Jepp manuals and no luck there. I'm mainly interested in the Caribbean Islands, Centeral and South America. Thanks.


zondaracer
05-23-2017, 04:46 PM
I am not sure exactly what you are asking. A Pilot with a pilot certificate issued in the US can fly a US registered airplane in any country (as long as visa rules allow them entry in that country).

Generally speaking, the country of registry of the airplane must match the country of license of the pilot. There are many exceptions, however. Your question is very vague. More details will help get a direct answer.

And for the record, you do not need an ATP to fly a jet in the U.K. If you are operating a jet for a FAR 121 operator into the U.K., then yes, you would need an ATP, for example.

SlayerDriver
05-27-2017, 05:42 AM
To fly a US registered jet (135/91) into the UK both pilots must hold an ATP. I am trying to get a list of other countries that have this requirement.


rickair7777
05-28-2017, 05:52 AM
To fly a US registered jet (135/91) into the UK both pilots must hold an ATP. I am trying to get a list of other countries that have this requirement.

You sure? That doesn't seem to jive with comity and reciprocity common to ICAO participants.

If the jet is not US-registered, then yes UK can freely apply any rules they like, but the norm would be US aircraft flown by US-certified pilots would be allowed to fly in the UK meeting US standards. It's possible UK has a special bug up their butt about ATPs, but it's a little weird to suspend reciprocity for something like that.

joepilot
06-02-2017, 06:48 AM
A U. S. licensed pilot can fly a U. S. registered aircraft in the U. S., Canada, and Mexico. A U. S. pilot can fly a Canadian registered airplane in the U. S., but may not cross the border into Canada or Mexico.

Joe

zondaracer
06-14-2017, 07:03 AM
To fly a US registered jet (135/91) into the UK both pilots must hold an ATP. I am trying to get a list of other countries that have this requirement.


Can you cite this requirement? The UK allows non ATP pilots to fly foreign jets into their country quite regularly.



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