No person may act as the organiser of a flying display1 (known as the 'flying display director'), without first applying for and obtaining the permission of the Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')2 for that flying display3.
The pilot in command4 of an aircraft intending to participate in a flying display must take all reasonable steps to satisfy himself, before he participates, that5:
(1) the flying display director has been granted an appropriate permission6;
(2) the intended flight can comply with any relevant conditions subject to which that permission may have been granted7; and
(3) the pilot has been granted an appropriate
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