The following aircraft have been notified as de-registered as transferred to the UK. However, as
of the date of this notice no application to register any of these aircraft has been made and
therefore these aircraft are currently stateless and must not fly in the UK.
Please visit our guidance on how to apply to register an aircraft. For further
information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Although these aircraft are likely to be grounded pending re-registration, if you are aware that
any of these aircraft are flying in the UK under their de-registered marks please contact email@example.com with details.
As at 8 August 2018.
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