Transfer of UK Cabin Crew Attestation

From 1 January 2021 it´s no longer possible to transfer an UK issued Cabin Crew Attestion as the transition period under the EU-United Kingdom (UK) withdrawal agreement ended 31 December 2020. That implies that UK issued attestations, including certificates attesting completion of tests and examinations, are treated as issued by a third country authority (country outside EU) from 1 January 2021, unless an application of a transfering an UK attestations was done before the 1 January 2021

The EASA legislation currently does not foresee a recognition of a 3rd country CC-courses and attestations. That means that cabin crew with UK issued Cabin Crew Attestation have to undergo the initial training to fulfil requirements to apply EASA CC-attestation.

 More information on Brexit is available on the EASA website: 

https://www.easa.europa.eu/home
https://www.easa.europa.eu/the-agency/faqs/brexit#category-aircrew-training-and-licensing-

Following AOC/CCTO are approved to hold an cabin crew initial course and issue Cabin Crew Attestation:

List of approved organisation to issue Cabin Crew Attestation (in Swedish)

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