|Quoting flyinTLow (Thread starter):|
Does anyone know how this is done? Who do I have to turn to? Most likely the FAA. But are there forms for this? What are the requirements? What are the costs?
|Quoting 9VSIO (Reply 3):|
You should be able to get the IR as well, iirc.
|Quoting GLEN (Reply 4):|
Because the administrator will have to assess your language abilities (no big deal, he just wants to talk with you personally), you will have to go to a FAA-office once your in the country. I assume it is one of those for FL:
Together with the verification above it won't take long then for a FAA-license, based on your JAR-license. You will get a temporary license, allowing you to fly right away. All you will have to do then is a biennial flight review with a instructor which can be incorporated with a check-out where you want to rent your plane.
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