This year in February I applied for an FAA IR conversion to an EASA one, when I realized that there is little time left before “N” registered aircraft based in Europe, and flying in its air space by a UK pilot with an FAA licence, will not be allowed to enjoy the fact for much longer.
I was considering prolonging my flying until the regulation comes into effect given my age of 67 years.
My FAA instructor convinced me to get in touch with Oysterair, to take me through to the EASA conversion. I was reluctant to go back to studying, and training all over again.
But when I got together with Jonathan Shooter from Oysterair, he managed to take me the slow, and easy way through the course and kept in touch with me, coached me, trained me, and got me over the hurdle.
This Sunday the 26th November, I have at last got my IR conversion to EASA, and thanks to Jonathan’s patience and perseverance I am at last through.
I recommend to all pilots holding an FAA licence to consider doing the same.
To me the impossible became possible thanks to Oysterair.