A non-EASA flying machine registered in the United Kingdom1 must carry at least two pilots as members of the flight crew2 if it is flying for the purpose of public transport3 and it has a maximum take-off mass of more than 5,700kg4.
A non-EASA aeroplane5 registered in the United Kingdom must carry at least two pilots as members of its flight crew if it is flying for the purpose of public transport, has a maximum take-off mass of 5,700kg or less and is flying in circumstances where the pilot in command is required to comply with the instrument flight rules6.
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