CAP1330: Charity Flight Guidance

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Title:Charity Flight Guidance
Description:This guidance is for private pilots who would like to offer a flight as a charity prize where the only valuable consideration (payment) is given or promised to a registered charity. This means the pilot will pay for the entire cost of the flight. The CAA has issued a General Permission which allows such flights to be conducted as a private flight. This means there is no need for pilots to make individual applications to the CAA if they are conducting flights under the General Permission.
Review Comment:Edition 2 updates and clarifies guidance
Date:23 May 2017
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