| Commentary

12 Certificates

| Commentary

12 Certificates

Subject only to minor exceptions, an aircraft may not fly without a certificate of airworthiness certifying that it is fit to fly and, where applicable, documents certifying compliance with noise standards and emissions requirements. Such certificates are issued or renewed only after inspections have been carried out by or on behalf of the Civil Aviation Authority1. Additionally, on completion of servicing work, certificates evidencing that work must be issued by authorised or approved persons or by licensed engineers; for example, certificates of maintenance review (for overhauls conducted in accordance with approved maintenance schedules) and certificates of

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