An aircraft with a national certificate of airworthiness1 must not fly unless it has a valid national airworthiness review certificate2. A national airworthiness review certificate is valid for one year3.
A national airworthiness review certificate is issued for an aircraft to with a national certificate of airworthiness which has not previously had a national airworthiness review certificate by the Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')4:
(1) following the satisfactory completion of an airworthiness review by the CAA5; or
(2) on receipt of a recommendation from:
(a) a continuing airworthiness management organisation that has been approved6; or
(b) in the case of an
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