What happens when a temporary pilot certificate expires?

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  • What happens when a temporary pilot certificate expires? Lnafziger

    What can I do if my not-so-newly issued temporary pilot certificate is about to expire and I haven't gotten my permanent certificate yet? Is there any way that I can keep flying while waiting for it, and is there a way to check on the status of the permanent certificate?

  • According to this AOPA article, you can request an extension online through the FAA's Airmen On-Line Services.

    You also can look up your current status here:

    http://www.faa.gov/licenses_certificates/airmen_certification/new_verification_info/

    In my case, this was updated about a week before my card arrived in the mail.

    You can also see what date's submissions they have processed here:

    http://www.faa.gov/licenses_certificates/airmen_certification

  • The FSDO can issue you a new temporary certificate if your previous one has or is about to expire and your permanent one hasn't arrived in the mail yet.

    When I got my ATP, I had to file on paper rather than through IACRA and my certificate was delayed long enough that I needed to ask an inspector to write me out a new temporary. Took about ten minutes start to finish, the hardest part was the drive to the FSDO.

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