An aircraft registered in the United Kingdom1 must, when it is in flight2, carry specified documents as follows3.
The following documents must be carried on a public transport flight4:
(1) the licence5 for the aircraft radio station installed in the aircraft ('Document A')6;
(2) in the case of a non-EASA aircraft7, the national certificate of airworthiness8 in force for the aircraft ('Document B')9;
(3) licences of the members of the flight crew of the aircraft ('Document C')10;
(4) one copy of the load sheet11, if any ('Document D')12;
(5) one copy of each national airworthiness review certificate13, if any, in
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