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CPL 150 to CPL 200

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Hi - Any help/advice would be greatly appreciated!

So here is my situation:

I'm currently enrolled in the CPL 150 course with my club. I'm in the very early stages, just having passed my GFPT. I want to know if it's possible to switch to the CPL 200 stream, as now.. after some time flying and a little research, I think it would be better suited to me.

Thanks in advance,
Shaun.

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  1. Mark Kolber on May 07, 2013

    Sean, I suspect the lack of an answer is because the folks on this board primarily deal with US requirements.

    Because the CPL150 course is more structured, I would guess that conversion from CPL150 to CPL200 would be no problem, but the reverse would be an issue. (Sort of like the US and Part 61 vs Part 141 training)

    But that’s only a WAG. You need to ask someone who understands the difference and the related regulations.

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