An aircraft with a national certificate of airworthiness1 must not fly if2:
(1) the continuing airworthiness of the aircraft or any component fitted to the aircraft does not meet the requirements of the provisions relating to airworthiness of aircraft3;
(2) the aircraft does not remain in conformity with the type design approved by the Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')4;
(3) the aircraft has been operated beyond the limitations of the approved flight manual or the airworthiness certificate, without subsequent appropriate action to restore airworthiness being taken
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