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for one thing,I think I should correct your point.The licence in China is no way to be lighter than American's.Why we went there to do our practical training is that their price is lower,it's beneficial.the airlines can save money.And here is the answer of your question,yes,I got the flying licence from FAA,not or CAAC,I have to get both of them.It's not a choice,we are Chinese pilot,we are not pilot chinese.Even the foreign pilot that work in Chinese airlines,also have to take the Chinese licence tests.We have our own rule,and we as pilots have to master the rules.|
your second question,your concept is wrong either.Our valid licences are all granted by CAAC,it doesn't matter where we did the training,after we got back,before we fly in China,we all have to get those licences as well.as for transition training,you are right,the feeling is similar,I give you parable,the start of flying is like the kid learn to ride
bicycle,once the kid knows how to ride a bicycle,it will be easier for him to ride a motobicycle.There're only some small differences,the spead,the performance etc.