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EASA or FAA CPL

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Before I get bashed for not searching, or dredging up same old, same old questions; I have searched PPRuNe, EASA & FAA websites, UK CAA & Google, and can find no real definitive answer to what I am trying to ascertain.

So the score currently, I currently have a PPL(H) with more than enough hours to start a CPL flying course, have added more to my licence than the usual R22, so now have another 3 airframes including turbine helicopters on my licence, and ultimately unsure what my next move ought to be.

Has anyone on here any experience of using an EASA PPL to go and get either a TCAA CPL or FAA CPL, then changing it back to an EASA CPL once gained - or is this just making life extremely difficult for myself?

Ultimately I do want to get my EASA CPL (or whatever we will call it after Brexit), and I do want to fly for a living, but I also want to do it in the most cost effective manner possible.

Can anyone add any constructive advice?


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