Commentary

19 Operating licence

CIVIL AVIATION vol 7
| Commentary

19 Operating licence

| Commentary

19 Operating licence

Any undertaking established in the European Economic Area (‘EEA’) intending to carry by air passengers, mail and/or cargo for remuneration or hire within the territory of the EEA must hold an operating licence1. With a few exceptions, holders of operating licences may operate flights between any points within the EEA for the carriage of passengers and/or cargo for reward without any further licence or permit being required2. The Civil Aviation Authority is the licensing authority for undertakings with their principal place of business and, if any, registered office in the United Kingdom3

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