Every national certificate of airworthiness1 must specify whether it is a standard or special category certificate according to which is, in the opinion of the Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')2, appropriate to the aircraft3.
A national certificate of airworthiness issued by the CAA must be a non-expiring national certificate of airworthiness4. The CAA may issue a national certificate of airworthiness subject to such other conditions it deems appropriate relating to the airworthiness of the aircraft
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