An air transport licence is not required in respect of flights for which a valid operating licence1 is required2. Subject to that, no aircraft registered in the United Kingdom may be used for the carriage for reward3 of passengers or cargo4 on flights5 in any part of the world, and no aircraft registered in any of the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man or any colony6 may be used on flights beginning or ending in the United Kingdom, unless7:
(1) the operator8 of the aircraft holds a licence (an 'air transport licence')9 granted to him10 by the Civil Aviation
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