ORS4 No.1183: The Carriage of Emergency Locator Transmitters in Aircraft Flying for Purposes other than Public Transport or Commercial Air Transport

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Reference:ORS4 No.1183
Title:The Carriage of Emergency Locator Transmitters in Aircraft Flying for Purposes other than Public Transport or Commercial Air Transport
Description:Exemption to allow UK-registered aircraft not flying for the purpose of Public Transport or Commercial Air Transport to fly without emergency locator transmitters.
Status:Cancelled on 25 August 2016
Review Comment:Time expired
Version:01
Date:8 August 2016
View File:Not available for download
Purchase Copy:Printed copy not available for purchase

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