An aircraft may fly without a certificate of airworthiness1, provided the aircraft is:
(1) an aircraft flying in accordance with an EASA permit to fly2;
(2) on a flight, beginning and ending in the United Kingdom3 without passing over any other country, and is4:
(a) a non-EASA glider5 not being used for the public transport6 or commercial air transport flights7;
(b) a non-EASA balloon flying on a non-commercial flight8;
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