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Can I fly an Italian registered microlight with my French microlight licence?

…fly an Italian registered microlight with my French microlight licence?

[I have edited the thread title from “Can I…” to something meaningful, and moved it to the correct forum section – Peter]

VintageAirRally

I don’t think so, microlight licenses are national matter, well apart from EASA regulations. There might be a mutual recognition of licenses between these two countries, though, the national microlight federations ought to offer enlightenment. I suspect you have some French, you could take a look around http://ffplum.fr/

EBZH Kiewit, Belgium

According to http://www.fliegen-in-italien.de/ul.html it is unfortunately not possible other than obtaining an Italian license.

LOLW - Wels, Austria

I asked in Aeroclub d Italiano in Rome. They tell me that there is no law prohibiting flying an italian registered UL with a foreign UL license. But there is no law allowing ist expressis verbis either. To get an Italien UL license, you need to be live in Italy and be a registered citizen.

EDTQ / Sarentino

My understanding from other replies/research is exactly that – you can, because it doesn’t say anywhere that you can’t…

VintageAirRally
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