FAQ Answer

FAQ Answer

An aircraft appears to have no current CofA or Permit to Fly. Should this be flying?

The Aircraft Register database may be awaiting the entry of data received from CAA regional offices and/or approved organisations. This is normally achieved within fifteen days of receipt. There are circumstances where aircraft without a current C of A or Permit to Fly may fly, e.g. for testing purposes. Additionally, non-EASA balloons on a private flight beginning and ending in the UK, without passing over any other country do not require a valid C of A.


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