Commentary

25 Air transport licence

CIVIL AVIATION vol 7
| Commentary

25 Air transport licence

| Commentary

25 Air transport licence

Any operator, not being a Community air carrier, intending to operate a UK registered aircraft for the carriage for reward of passengers or cargo must hold an air transport licence for that particular aircraft and comply on every flight on the terms of that licence. An air transport licence is required for any specific flight by UK registered aircraft and for any flights starting or ending in the United Kingdom by an aircraft registered in one of the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man or any British Dependent Territories1.

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