The UK Register of Civil Aircraft contains specific information on over 21,000 aircraft registered in the United
Kingdom. The Aircraft Registration Section at the CAA administers the system and continuously updates information on
registered aircraft that change registration details during the year.
G-INFO on CD is a comprehensive single source database of the UK Register. G-INFO on CD is produced monthly and
various one-off or subscription services are available. To order G-INFO on CD please see forms and fees. Orders for G-INFO will be
dispatched in accordance with our Service
G-INFO replicates information held against each aircraft on the UK Register of Civil Aircraft including all current
registered ownership and technical details for each aircraft registered in the UK.
Information can be retrieved by making searches on individual fields such as registration mark, aircraft type or
serial number, and users are able to make use of sophisticated filter options for more precise and defined
The user is able to download data into other applications such as word processors, spreadsheets or other databases.
This allows the user to produce their own customised reports, mail-outs and survey information.
A full on-line help facility on all aspects of the data and program are available, as is list access to standardised
reference tables of data to aid the user in their search selections.
G-INFO is designed to run on a Microsoft Windows operating system.
The Register contains the following information for each aircraft registered in the UK:
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