The following provisions apply to pilot licences issued by the Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')1 prior to 17 September 2012 that were not entitled to be mutually recognised by the Joint Aviation Authorities ('JAA')2 full member states3 in accordance with JAR-FCL 14 or JAR-FCL 25.
Any United Kingdom basic commercial pilot's licence for aeroplanes that includes a restriction that the holder must not fly as pilot in command6 or co-pilot7 for the purposes of public transport8 or commercial operation9, apart from commercial operation for10:
(1) the giving of instruction in flying11;
(2) the conducting of flying examinations for the purpose of
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