An aircraft registered1 elsewhere than the United Kingdom or an EEA State or certain defined territories2 must not fly over the United Kingdom for the purpose of commercial operations3 unless the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)4 has granted permission to do so to the operator5 or charterer of the aircraft; and any conditions, to which such permission may be subject, are satisfied6.The Secretary of State or the CAA may revoke, suspend or vary any such permission7.
An aircraft registered elsewhere than in the United Kingdom must not take on board or discharge any passengers or cargo
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