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Can a foreign pilot fly N-reg in a foreign country?

Tired Soul

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Can a Pilot certificated by country X fly an N-registered aircraft in country X if the local aviation authorities approve?
I have a Polish buddy who holds a JAR CPL wondering if he can fly a N-registered jumper plane.
I remember reading something about it but can't remember FAR song and verse.
Anybody chime in with reg. number or guidance?
I know about authorization through 61.77 but that's not hwta I'm looking for.
 

Rez O. Lewshun

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no. unless he gets a govt waiver.... that is the whole intent..... the right pilots license for the right aircraft registration...
 

Tired Soul

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the right pilots license for the right aircraft registration...

Not necessarily, the Brits allow a FAA certificate holder to fly G-reg with Private Daylight,VFR only priviliges.
 

atpcliff

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Hi!The short answer is no.THere are Canadian aircraft flying in Africa, and to fly them you need to have the right to wrk in Canada, and canadian licenses.cliffNBO
 
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