Expiry of ATPL Air Law Exam?

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Expiry of ATPL Air Law Exam?

Postby Surprise » Thu Nov 27 2014, 23:10

G'day All

I'm aware that if doing all 7ATPL's Youll need to complete them within 2 years or so, or else you have to start again.

However, in the case of someone converting an ICAO ATPL accepted by CASA, I beieve you only need to do Air Law? In this case, would the ATPL Air Law exam have an expiry date?

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Re: Expiry of ATPL Air Law Exam?

Postby oei » Fri Nov 28 2014, 01:39

It has no expiry date ...

The exam is AOSH ATPL Overseas Conversion – Helicopter , it has a pass mark of 80%
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Re: Expiry of ATPL Air Law Exam?

Postby Yankee » Fri Nov 28 2014, 02:03

At the moment there is no logical or easy method of obtaining your ATPL (H) flight test.
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Re: Expiry of ATPL Air Law Exam?

Postby Surprise » Fri Nov 28 2014, 02:11

Thanks OEI for the exam name.

Yankee, good point and I've heard about the ATPL Flight test under the new rules and the issues surrounding it. I'm hoping by the time I'm ready someone will have figured something out :)
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AOSH Conversion Exam

Postby limumeng » Fri Jul 27 2018, 00:23

Hi,

I am sitting for my ATPL conversion exam, AOSH

Anyone has done it before ? What type of questions ?

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Re: Expiry of ATPL Air Law Exam?

Postby Oogle » Fri Jul 27 2018, 05:20

There is a Brisbane based FE who can conduct the helicopter ATPL(H) flight test. The MCC requirement is a bit of an issue at the moment.
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Re: Expiry of ATPL Air Law Exam?

Postby KOALA » Sat Jul 28 2018, 00:48

Do any of the ATPL exams expire after successfully completing them? Do you have 3 years to complete them all?
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Re: Expiry of ATPL Air Law Exam?

Postby Twistgrip » Sat Jul 28 2018, 01:12

If you commenced an exam either CPl or Atpl before part 61 introduction its 3 years. After part 61 introduction it’s 2 years.

https://www.casa.gov.au/standard-page/re-training-periods-and-exam-windows
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Re: Expiry of ATPL Air Law Exam?

Postby bl@ckers » Sat Jul 28 2018, 01:15

They are all subject to expiry. You must complete them all (all 7) within the timeframe set by CASA (I thought it was 2 years now, but could be 3).

So if you have 1 left at the end of the expiry period, you have to sit them all again. So if you plan on sitting your ATPL, it is best to get stuck in and knock them over as quickly as possible.

Once you have passed them all in the timeframe, it is a perpetual exam credit so no need to re do the theory (thankfully!)
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Re: Expiry of ATPL Air Law Exam?

Postby Jeffory » Sun Jul 29 2018, 07:57

2 year window for all 7 ATPL subjects, however it is a rolling window on the exam credits. If one expires they do not all expire, just the one which is over 2 years old.

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