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Hello. Im an Danish airline pilot with an EASA ATPL. I finished my flight training in the US in 1991 and had an FAA CPL multi with ATPL therory. Can i in any way convert my EASA licence to a FAA licence or renew my old FAA licence and get ATPL rights with it?

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  1. Kris Kortokrax on Jan 09, 2017

    The FAA issues pilot certificates, not licenses. They are issued without an expiration date. Your Commercial pilot certificate is still valid. However, if it is a paper certificate, you will need to apply for a reissuance. You will be then sent a plastic certificate.

    The knowledge test has long since expired and is of no use now.

    In order to upgrade to an Airline Transport Pilot certificate, you will need to retake the knowledge test and pass a practical test.

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