Any operator1 who knows, or ought to have known, that an aircraft is flown for the carriage for reward of passengers and cargo without, or in breach of the terms of, an air transport licence or route licence2 is guilty of an offence3.
Any other person than an operator who makes available accommodation for the carriage of passengers or cargo on an aircraft on a flight4 and who knows, or ought to know, before the flight that the aircraft is to be flown without, or in breach of the terms of, an existing air transport or route licence is guilty
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