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Review flight for FAA CPL lisence!

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Hi,

I am a holder of CPL single engine license.
Could you please tell me what are the requirements in order to get a valid CPL single engine license?
I was living in Greece and i was out of cockpit for a several years.

I did a few flights with friends and I am in a good shape.

I would like to do all the necessary training in order to meet the requirements according regulations and get a valid license again.


What are my options in Greece?


Could i do the training with a pilot (FAA cfi certified) and Greek registration plane?


How many hours do i need according air law?

I appreciate any advice and help.


Thanks in advance

Fotios

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