ORS4 No.1143: Flying Training and Testing in Jointly-owned Aircraft with National Certificate of Airworthiness or National Permit to Fly

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Reference:ORS4 No.1143
Title:Flying Training and Testing in Jointly-owned Aircraft with National Certificate of Airworthiness or National Permit to Fly
Description:This exemption allows joint-owners of non-EASA aircraft, who wish to pay for flying training in their aircraft, to comply with the airworthiness requirements applicable to private flight. This includes aircraft flying in accordance with a national permit to fly.
Status:Withdrawn on 25 August 2016
Review Comment:Incorporated into Air Navigation Order 2016
Version:01
Date:27 November 2015
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