The ATPL(A), CPL(A) and MPL(A) are European proficiency checks of pilots who make commercial flights in an aircraft. The competences that you have with these licences are specified in the European Regulation.
After reception of your application, this will be processed as quickly as possible. You will receive the invoice, and possibly a request for supplying additional information by e-mail. After your application is complete and has been paid for, the processing of your application will take approximately 15 working days. After this period, the decision will be sent to you by post or by e-mail. You can find more information about the application process on the Handling of an application and delivery page.
You can select the Express service during the application for issuing a proficiency check. Your application is then given priority. In addition to the product fee, you will pay an additional 25% of the product fee for each Express Service request, with a minimum of € 112,53 (including 21% VAT and delivery by regular mail). Read more about this service on the page Express Service aviation products.
On first issue of a licence, the licence document shall be issued without a period of validity. This means that the licence document itself is always valid. An exception to this is the RPL proficiency check. This has a validity period of 5 years.
Your proficiency check can include class, types or a Language Proficiency Endorsement (LPE) rating:
The tariff for this service is specified by the government in the 'Regeling tarieven luchtvaart (Dutch)'. The processing of each issue of a proficiency check costs € 687.28 (incl. VAT).
When Kiwa Register receives your application, an invoice is sent to you. The payment must be made, at the latest, within four weeks from the date of the invoice. If your employer pays for the costs of the application, you can state this during the application. If you cancel the application, or if your application is negative/is not processed, the costs are not refunded because you are paying for the processing of the application.
You can find more information about applying for pilot licences via the Frequently Asked Questions.