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These bulletins are issued by the Microlight Panel of Examiners for the information of microlight flight instructors and examiners.
|4 - 2016|
Changes to the validity period of solo flight hours
Changes to the requirements for adding a control type to an instructor certificate (rating)
|3 - 2016||
CHANGES TO INSTRUCTOR REVALIDATION PROCEDURES
THE NEW NPPL AND PPL MICROLIGHT MEDICAL DECLARATION SYSTEM
NPPL (A) CLASS RATINGS
|2 - 2016|
Changes affected by the new Air Navigation Order
BMAA INSTRUCTOR AND EXAMINER GUIDE
Renewing Examiner Authorities
CAA Exemption ORS4 1155 Use of Type Approved Microlights for Flight Instruction and Self-Fly Hire
2016 Instructor Seminar
Extending the Validity Period of Microlight Ratings
Revalidating Ratings other than for the NPPL (A) M
Changes to Log Book Annotations for the ‘Partial Pass’ Result on Tests
The Group D Aircraft Rating, history and consequences
Advice to Applicants for FE Authorities and FIC Instructor Appointments
Remembering to maintain Examiner Authorities and Instructor Ratings
Microlight FE Authorisations and NPPL/PPL (A) M Renewals
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