Provision may be made by Orders in Council for implementing the Chicago Convention1 and generally for regulating air navigation2 in relation to aircraft. Such Orders in Council are known as air navigation orders3 and may secure compliance with their provisions by providing for persons who fail to comply to be guilty of offences and subject to specified penalties4.
The principal order currently in force is the Air Navigation Order 2016, which establishes a system for the registration and marking of aircraft and for the certification and licensing of aircraft airworthiness, and makes provision in relation to air operators and crews,
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