B-license

B-license

The holder of this license may be the pilot-in-command of an aircraft weighing not more than 12,500 lb (5700 kilograms) but may be co-pilot of any aircraft. He or she is allowed to carry passengers for remuneration. Another name for commercial pilot license.
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Trillanes stated that CLTG has a 'B-License' which means it 'could not carry out a big-ticket project without a partner,' adding that 'coincidentally, CLTG is also the initials of Duterte's Special Assistant Christopher Lawrence Tesoro 'Bong' Go.'
Trillanes said CLTG Builders failed to meet the deadline for its joint venture projects and had a B-license, which means it cannot undertake big-ticket projects without a partner.
The coaching A-License, B-License, and C-License are the standard licenses for coaches in Germany, which are provided by the sport associations (A is higher than B; B is higher than C).
For example, former elite athletes do not necessarily have to obtain all licenses from the bottom up (i.e., first obtaining a C-License, then a B-License, and then an A-License).
With respect to formal qualifications, the results show that 76.3% of the respondents hold an A-License, 24.7% a B-License, and 13.4% a C-License.
Furthermore in April of this year, Tamkeen signed a second agreement with Gulf Air to offer two-year job training contracts to 40 engineers who completed the Aeronautics Engineering Programme at BAS Engineering Training Centre and gained their EASA B-License. Tamkeen also reached an accord with Bahrain Development Bank to restructure the loans of the Gulf Aviation Academy (G) Pilot Scheme beneficiaries.
The team coach is PIFA director Nirvan Shah who holds a "UEFA B-License' and will be managed by Sudhakar Rane.
A license casinos are expected to reel in anywhere from Sfr40-50 million a year, while B-license casinos should collect roughly Sfr20 million.
(BNA) -- In line with its initiative to provide support to enhance the capabilities of Bahrainis and their employability, Tamkeen announced today the signing of an agreement with Bahrain's national carrier, Gulf Air, to offer two-year job training contracts to 40 engineers who have completed an Aeronautics Engineering Programme with BAS Engineering Training Centre and gained their EASA B-License.