Air Transport Licences are similar in their scope and their effect to Route Licences, but they are granted to air carriers
which are either registered or based in the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man, both of which are outside the EU. These
companies are unable to hold Operating Licences and are therefore also excluded from holding Route Licences, which may
only be granted to holders of Operating Licences. Air carriers in the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man which operate UK
registered aircraft are therefore required to hold Air Transport Licences.
Air Transport Licence authorising flights between any points within the European Economic Area, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man and to offshore oil and gas installations.
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