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  1. Articles: Australasia & the Pacific Islands
    A two year trial aimed at streamlining border processing services for low risk travellers to New Zealand has been announced. Some $1.6 million will be put into the two year pilot to make it easier for those deemed to be a low risk when visiting New Zealand. In addition some £2.8 million...
  2. Dubai Expat Forum for Expats Living in Dubai
    can i get some tips for finding a job as pilote in dubai i want to get started here any tips? :plane:
  3. USA Expat Forum for Expats Living in the USA
    I'll be moving to the US in August-September (E3-D visa). I have an Australian CASA issued rotary wing license. Has anyone here had experience converting such a license (rotary or fixed) to an FAA license? This is for recreation, not employment. My wife plans to get a fixed wing license, and...
  4. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    i'm a US based FAA issued pilot living in NZ. I need a BFR for my FAA license to make it current so I can translate into CAA license. i've investigated finding an FAA examiner here and there's definitely no joy. it'd still be cheaper to fly to AU to see an FAA designated examiner than it would...
  5. New Zealand Expat Forum for Expats Living in NZ
    i'm a US based FAA issued pilot living in NZ. I need a BFR for my FAA license to make it current so I can translate into CAA license. i've investigated finding an FAA examiner here and there's definitely no joy there. it'd still be cheaper to fly to AU to see an FAA designated examiner than it...
  6. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    Strange question but not that uncommon in my industry, usually it's the reverse of my situation. I'm planning on emigrating to AU, Perth, next year and planning on working. Presently, I'm a very well experienced Commercial Pilot and would like to figure out the easiest, fastest and cheapest...
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