If you are trying to register an aircraft abroad which was manufactured in the UK or has passed through UK
ownership, it is likely you will need to provide confirmation that the aircraft is not currently registered in the
The CAA can provide a Certificate of Non-registration for this purpose.
Under the 1944 Chicago Convention, an aircraft can only be registered in one state at any one time.
To request a Certificate of Non-registration, please complete and return the Non-Registration
You will need to pay a fee to apply for the Certificate. See Forms
and fees for more details.
Upon receipt of the application we will produce the certificate, send it to the applicant and also fax the
certificate to the importing countries national aircraft register in accordance with our Service
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