Flight licence - Flight card
Flight License - In other words, an a Flight card entitles the holder - a pilot to exercise the powers, that are specific to each type of Flight License.
It is the Flight License, the powers, that tells how and to what extent the pilot to be qualify, for the Flight License..
JetAge ATO graduates, hold Flight licenses issued in accordance with ICAO International Standards and all together with European requirements in accordance with Regulation 216/2008 and Regulation 1178/2011 ("FCL Part").
Licenses issued by the Transport Authority, as well as related qualification categories and certificates are fully recognized by all Member States of the European Union.
The Flight License entitles the holder to exercise the competencies under FCL.040, which are defined by Regulation 1178/2011, for each type of Flight License.
The Flight License itself does not entitle the holder to operate on an aircraft.
On what type of aircraft can the holder of the license fly, tells so, class qualifying category" (such as SEP (land), MEP (land), etc.) or a type rating (eg Boeing 737 or Cessna C525 Citation, etc.).