Is this an actual rule or (another) self perpetuating (false) perception along instructors/ATO?
ATOs have tried doing it and the CAA said NO. And since the CAA “owns” the ATOs (in the same way as the police “owns” the gun shops in the area) nobody questions it.
Whether there has been a recent change, or a legal challenge would sort it, I don’t know.
The permitted freelance instruction portion in the CBIR can be done anywhere, AFAIK.
The permitted freelance instruction portion in the CBIR can be done anywhere, AFAIK
The part I needed was only ATO part
I go to Calais for the non-ATO part all the time.
But the Visual Approach on the GTN has also been a game changer.
Have the CAA explained how flying approaches outside the UK is more dangerous, and offers less training value, than flying approaches inside the UK?