CHAPTER 7 AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION SERVICES (ICAO) Aeronauticallnformation Service CCN Vooruitgangstraat, 80 Bus 2 B -1030 B russel TEL: ++32 (O) 2 206 22 19 (Manager) ~ ( Belg~control ++32 (O) 2 206 22 97 (Customer Service) FAX : ++32 (O) 2 206 22 21 AFS:EBVAYOYX Aeronauticallnformation Service CCN Rue du Progres, 80 Boite 2 B - 1030 Bruxelles Al C 05 26 MAR 1998 INFORMATION AT THE REQUEST OF THE CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY VALIDAT/ON OF LICENCES 1. The hclder of a valid pilot llcence for aeroplanes, helicopters, gliders or free balloons ıssued by a Member State of the European Communlty in compliance with the specilicatıons of Annex 1 to the Chicago Convention may exercise. without any further formallty, the privileges granted by that licence in a Belgian registered alrcrafl certificated for single·pllot operation in order to make private Oights by day and under VFR, provided that he meets the recent night experience requirements imposed by the issuing State. 2. tn order to make other than private flights, licences issued by a Member State of the European Community must berendered valid as previously. Licences issued by non-Member States of the European Community must be rendered valid in all cases. Al C NR 06/92 is hereby canceiled, 125
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CHAPTER 7: AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION SERVICES (ICAO) GENERAL. The general aviation pilot does not need to know much about ICAO Aeronautical Information Services. Rather, he should study the Aeronautical Information Publications issued by the State in which he flies. The fallawing brief outline of ICAO Aeronautical Information Services has been included for background purposes only. The private pilot flying in the United Kingdam is strongly advised to study Chapter 15 concerning Aeronauticallnformation issued by the United Kingdam Civil Aviation Authority.
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