There has been a lot of talk regarding the United Kingdom's exit from the European Union, questions are being asked about what potential impact 'Brexit' may have on holders of EASA Licences issued by the UK Civil Aviation Authority or the validity of Examinations taken through a UK Organisation beyond the 31st October 2019.
To future proof it's Business AST has secured direct EASA Approval to become effective from the point Brexit takes place.
The UK Civil Aviation Authority has put together a list of general questions and answers on their microsite in the event of 'No Deal' being agreed between the UK and European Union which will be kept updated as things progress. Whilst this list is not exhaustive it must be remembered that all of the information is conjecture and that nothing has yet been defined in these negotiations. It is easy to point in the direction of worst case and best case scenarios, the only certainty is the solution will be in the middle ground somewhere.