Non-EASA aircraft are also known as "Annex II" aircraft, as they are listed in Annex II of the
Basic Regulation, the European legislation upon which flight crew licensing is based. Currently,
Annex II includes:
The classification of an individual aircraft registered in Europe is shown on the Certificate of
Airworthiness or Permit to Fly for that aircraft.
Details of particular aircraft can be found on our registration database, G-INFO.
More detailed information on these categories can be found in annex II to Regulation 216/2008
(EASA Basic regulation), as follows:
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