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Desconectado se4ba

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Convalidacion a la FAA
« : 07 de marzo de 2016, 10:30:27 »
Hola muchachos como están?, antes que nada me presento.
Me llamo Juan y soy comercial de Primera clase de avión en argentina, escuche que no es tan complicada la convalidacion de la licencias en USA, creo que la de piloto privado es solo una entrevista y para la comercial si algo tenes que volar, mi pregunta es la siguiente, sirve de algo tener la comercial americana? puedo sumar algún punto extra para entrar a una linea aérea?, si uno de ustedes conoce a algún amigo que convalido seria tan amable de pasarme el contacto, desde ya muchas gracias y buenos vuelos.

Desconectado Pepe le Peu

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Re:Convalidacion a la FAA
« Respuesta #1 : 07 de marzo de 2016, 14:01:03 »
Si tu idea es volar en alguna aerolínea argentina, tener la ATP o Comercial de la FAA no cambia nada. En la aviación general tal vez sí porque a veces traen aviones N y los siguen volando con esa matrícula, o tienen que hacer algún ferry de un avión ejecutivo, claro que si hay que hacer por ej un ferry de un LJ35 matrícula N, necesitás la licencia y la habilitación del avión también de la FAA.
Metete en el sitio de la FAA que explican todo, antes la de privado te la daban como decís vos con un certificado de horas emitido acá y una entrevista con un inspector de la FAA que chequea que hables bien inglés. Creo que el trámite cambió hace unos años.

Desconectado se4ba

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Re:Convalidacion a la FAA
« Respuesta #2 : 07 de marzo de 2016, 22:07:05 »
Muchas gracias pepe por tu comentario.

Desconectado azef1556

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Re:Convalidacion a la FAA
« Respuesta #3 : 30 de marzo de 2016, 13:55:25 »
Se4ba

Te voy a dar mi opinion desde la experiencia, acabo de volver de usa después de 8 meses de entrenamiento. Me fui Con la de privado y 80 horas....Lo primero fue convalidar la de ppa, muy fácil, la escuela te pide una entrevista con el inspector, te ve Como andas de ingles y casi siempre te la da, tenes q hablar muy mal ingles para q no te la de.   Después empece con mi habilitación de instrumentos, la FAA la da por separado. Se llama instrument rating...   ( Te lo estoy resumiendo bastante rapido, si quieres algo mas detallado te lo doy)... sigamos... después saque la commercial single en un piper arrow y la habilitación a multi en un be-76......
 
Si vos tenes la commercial en argentina, ahora no se convalida mas, tenes que completar los requisitos q son varios, para poder rendir.....Aprox te lleva 1 mes o un poco mas, desde q empezas  hasta  q rendis..... igual tener la commercial sin la instrument es al pdo porq si esta nublado o queres volar mas de 50 nm con pax o rentado no podes volar...... Otra cosa no comparto la opinion del colega de arriba, tener la licencia faa, hace la diferencia en el cv, en el manejo de ingles, en tu criterio como piloto, en la formación como piloto....Sinceramente no podes comparar a un comercial de argentina Con uno de usa, le pasa el trapo. la única ventaja es q acá aprendes en la selva sin una samaritana del amor radioayuda, alla son un poco mas dependientes de alguna manera con la infraestructura del servicio. Un ejemplo rápido, Tenes una emergencia, te vas al piso en cualquier lugar del país y en 2 minutos literal tenes 2 helicopteros arriba tuyo.  No te lo digo de vende patria pero obviamente hacen las cosas bien y principalmente ven a la aviación como un servicio de transporte no como un lujo.
Si tenes la oportunidad de ir, créeme q no te vas a arrepentir.
Saludos

Desconectado Pepe le Peu

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Re:Convalidacion a la FAA
« Respuesta #4 : 30 de marzo de 2016, 14:16:43 »
Como experiencia, obvio que está buenísimo, que el nivel de instrucción y de infraestructura es seguramente mucho mejor que acá y que suma a la experiencia de uno.
Yo a lo que voy, es que creo, por lo que conozco, que a nadie le importa en nuestro país si el curso de privado o comercial lo hiciste en Chivilcoy o en Flight Safety.
Para practicar inglés está bueno, pero por experiencia propia, nunca volé en USA salvo un ferry que hice de un MD, pero volé 3 meses en Europa.  Hice toda mi carrera acá, me preocupé por practicar mucho inglés acá fui a rendir libre el nivel OACI y conseguí el 6.
Yo siempre digo, al igual que manejar un auto, si manejás/volás acá sano y salvo, lo podés hacer en cualquier lugar del mundo.
« Última Modificación: 30 de marzo de 2016, 14:27:05 por Pepe le Peu »

Desconectado se4ba

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Re:Convalidacion a la FAA
« Respuesta #5 : 03 de junio de 2016, 18:00:43 »
azef1556 te envié un mensaje privado, gracias.

Desconectado francescobro

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Re:Convalidacion a la FAA
« Respuesta #6 : 22 de noviembre de 2016, 03:06:00 »
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« Última Modificación: 22 de noviembre de 2016, 03:17:48 por francescobro »

Desconectado Lcorsanego

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Re:Convalidacion a la FAA
« Respuesta #7 : 19 de enero de 2017, 16:05:34 »
Revivo este tema, porque si bien entiendo más o menos como es el proceso en principio para el instrument type rating y la revalida de la PPA, no termino de entender por donde empezar.

Para la PPA, cual seria el proceso? Vas con una nota de la escuela en Argentina, con una reunión arreglada en USA y a partir de ahí haces la revalida?

Estimo que una vez que estás allá, cualquier duda que tengas sobre como hacer el type rating para instrumental, la podés hablar ahí mismo.

No sé si me explico, pero mi duda principal es el proceso que te lleva hasta allá. Entiendo, que una vez que estás en USA el panorama se aclara y vas haciendo lo que efectivamente pretendés hacer.

En mi caso, PPA, instrument rating, PCA single y multi.

Gracias!!!

Desconectado Pepe le Peu

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Re:Convalidacion a la FAA
« Respuesta #8 : 19 de enero de 2017, 16:18:06 »
https://www.faa.gov/licenses_certificates/airmen_certification/foreign_license_verification/

§61.75   Private pilot certificate issued on the basis of a foreign pilot license.
(a) General. A person who holds a foreign pilot license at the private pilot level or higher that was issued by a contracting State to the Convention on International Civil Aviation may apply for and be issued a U.S. private pilot certificate with the appropriate ratings if the foreign pilot license meets the requirements of this section.

(b) Certificate issued. A U.S. private pilot certificate issued under this section must specify the person's foreign license number and country of issuance. A person who holds a foreign pilot license issued by a contracting State to the Convention on International Civil Aviation may be issued a U.S. private pilot certificate based on the foreign pilot license without any further showing of proficiency, provided the applicant:

(1) Meets the requirements of this section;

(2) Holds a foreign pilot license, at the private pilot license level or higher, that does not contain a limitation stating that the applicant has not met all of the standards of ICAO for that license;

(3) Does not hold a U.S. pilot certificate other than a U.S. student pilot certificate;

(4) Holds a medical certificate issued under part 67 of this chapter or a medical license issued by the country that issued the person's foreign pilot license; and

(5) Is able to read, speak, write, and understand the English language. If the applicant is unable to meet one of these requirements due to medical reasons, then the Administrator may place such operating limitations on that applicant's pilot certificate as are necessary for the safe operation of the aircraft.

(c) Aircraft ratings issued. Aircraft ratings listed on a person's foreign pilot license, in addition to any issued after testing under the provisions of this part, may be placed on that person's U.S. pilot certificate for private pilot privileges only.

(d) Instrument ratings issued. A person who holds an instrument rating on the foreign pilot license issued by a contracting State to the Convention on International Civil Aviation may be issued an instrument rating on a U.S. pilot certificate provided:

(1) The person's foreign pilot license authorizes instrument privileges;

(2) Within 24 months preceding the month in which the person applies for the instrument rating, the person passes the appropriate knowledge test; and

(3) The person is able to read, speak, write, and understand the English language. If the applicant is unable to meet one of these requirements due to medical reasons, then the Administrator may place such operating limitations on that applicant's pilot certificate as are necessary for the safe operation of the aircraft.

(e) Operating privileges and limitations. A person who receives a U.S. private pilot certificate that has been issued under the provisions of this section:

(1) May act as pilot in command of a civil aircraft of the United States in accordance with the pilot privileges authorized by this part and the limitations placed on that U.S. pilot certificate;

(2) Is limited to the privileges placed on the certificate by the Administrator;

(3) Is subject to the limitations and restrictions on the person's U.S. certificate and foreign pilot license when exercising the privileges of that U.S. pilot certificate in an aircraft of U.S. registry operating within or outside the United States; and

(f) Limitation on licenses used as the basis for a U.S. certificate. A person may use only one foreign pilot license as a basis for the issuance of a U.S. pilot certificate. The foreign pilot license and medical certification used as a basis for issuing a U.S. pilot certificate under this section must be written in English or accompanied by an English transcription that has been signed by an official or representative of the foreign aviation authority that issued the foreign pilot license.

(g) Limitation placed on a U.S. pilot certificate. A U.S. pilot certificate issued under this section can only be exercised when the pilot has the foreign pilot license, upon which the issuance of the U.S. pilot certificate was based, in the holder's possession or readily accessible in the aircraft.

[Doc. No. 25910, 62 FR 16298, Apr. 4, 1997, as amended by Amdt. 61-124, 74 FR 42556, Aug. 21, 2009]
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Desconectado DiegoDD

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Re:Convalidacion a la FAA
« Respuesta #10 : 19 de noviembre de 2021, 14:56:45 »
https://www.faa.gov/licenses_certificates/airmen_certification/foreign_license_verification/

§61.75   Private pilot certificate issued on the basis of a foreign pilot license.
(a) General. A person who holds a foreign pilot license at the private pilot level or higher that was issued by a contracting State to the Convention on International Civil Aviation may apply for and be issued a U.S. private pilot certificate with the appropriate ratings if the foreign pilot license meets the requirements of this section.

(b) Certificate issued. A U.S. private pilot certificate issued under this section must specify the person's foreign license number and country of issuance. A person who holds a foreign pilot license issued by a contracting State to the Convention on International Civil Aviation may be issued a U.S. private pilot certificate based on the foreign pilot license without any further showing of proficiency, provided the applicant:

(1) Meets the requirements of this section;

(2) Holds a foreign pilot license, at the private pilot license level or higher, that does not contain a limitation stating that the applicant has not met all of the standards of ICAO for that license;

(3) Does not hold a U.S. pilot certificate other than a U.S. student pilot certificate;

(4) Holds a medical certificate issued under part 67 of this chapter or a medical license issued by the country that issued the person's foreign pilot license; and

(5) Is able to read, speak, write, and understand the English language. If the applicant is unable to meet one of these requirements due to medical reasons, then the Administrator may place such operating limitations on that applicant's pilot certificate as are necessary for the safe operation of the aircraft.

(c) Aircraft ratings issued. Aircraft ratings listed on a person's foreign pilot license, in addition to any issued after testing under the provisions of this part, may be placed on that person's U.S. pilot certificate for private pilot privileges only.

(d) Instrument ratings issued. A person who holds an instrument rating on the foreign pilot license issued by a contracting State to the Convention on International Civil Aviation may be issued an instrument rating on a U.S. pilot certificate provided:

(1) The person's foreign pilot license authorizes instrument privileges;

(2) Within 24 months preceding the month in which the person applies for the instrument rating, the person passes the appropriate knowledge test; and

(3) The person is able to read, speak, write, and understand the English language. If the applicant is unable to meet one of these requirements due to medical reasons, then the Administrator may place such operating limitations on that applicant's pilot certificate as are necessary for the safe operation of the aircraft.

(e) Operating privileges and limitations. A person who receives a U.S. private pilot certificate that has been issued under the provisions of this section:

(1) May act as pilot in command of a civil aircraft of the United States in accordance with the pilot privileges authorized by this part and the limitations placed on that U.S. pilot certificate;

(2) Is limited to the privileges placed on the certificate by the Administrator;

(3) Is subject to the limitations and restrictions on the person's U.S. certificate and foreign pilot license when exercising the privileges of that U.S. pilot certificate in an aircraft of U.S. registry operating within or outside the United States; and

(f) Limitation on licenses used as the basis for a U.S. certificate. A person may use only one foreign pilot license as a basis for the issuance of a U.S. pilot certificate. The foreign pilot license and medical certification used as a basis for issuing a U.S. pilot certificate under this section must be written in English or accompanied by an English transcription that has been signed by an official or representative of the foreign aviation authority that issued the foreign pilot license.

(g) Limitation placed on a U.S. pilot certificate. A U.S. pilot certificate issued under this section can only be exercised when the pilot has the foreign pilot license, upon which the issuance of the U.S. pilot certificate was based, in the holder's possession or readily accessible in the aircraft.

[Doc. No. 25910, 62 FR 16298, Apr. 4, 1997, as amended by Amdt. 61-124, 74 FR 42556, Aug. 21, 2009]

Excelente Información, Gracias!  OKK