EASA FCL Licensing Regulation Survey
EASA has launched an external evaluation of the Flight Crew Licensing regulation related to the initial and recurrent training, licence issuance, competence assessment by instructors and checking by examiners. The objective is to make an independent and evidence-based assessment of the impact that rules for initial and recurrent pilot training, testing and checking have had.
It shall determine whether the regulatory framework fits the purpose of modern aviation and its evolution, and it will deliver conclusions and recommendations for improvements including the implementation of performance-based regulation.
An active contribution from the affected stakeholders is critical to the success of this large-scaleevaluation. A questionnaire designed to elicit information on the impact of the rules, their implementation issues or inconsistencies is provided below.
The answers will be aggregated and anonymised to ensure confidentiality.
A workshop with the TeB/STeB Members and interested parties will be organised mid-2019 to present the result and discuss the recommendations.
The survey will close on 28 February 2019.
The survey is available at the following link: https://ec.europa.eu/eusurvey/runner/FCLevaluation2018industry