The validity of a national airworthiness review certificate1 of an aircraft in a controlled environment2 may be extended by the continuing airworthiness management organisation which is managing the airworthiness of the aircraft if it is satisfied that it is proper to do so3.
The validity period of a national airworthiness review certificate of an aircraft which is not in a controlled environment, is not a commercial air transport aircraft4, public transport aircraft5 or non-military State aircraft6 and which has a maximum total weight authorised of 2,730kg or less, may be extended by7:
(1) an appropriately licensed engineer8;
(2) a continuing
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