SD-2018/001: Conditions Applying to the Operation of Aeroplanes and Helicopters registered in the United Kingdom whose Operator has a Principal Place of Business or is residing in a Third Country other than a European Union or an associated EASA Member State

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Reference:SD-2018/001
Title:Conditions Applying to the Operation of Aeroplanes and Helicopters registered in the United Kingdom whose Operator has a Principal Place of Business or is residing in a Third Country other than a European Union or an associated EASA Member State
Description:The purpose of this Safety Directive is to direct operators of UK registered NCC and SPO aircraft to treat the CAA as their competent authority for the purpose of the EASA Regulation where the operator is established outside the EASA States. This SD updates and revokes SD 2016/004 with the inclusion of specialised operations.
Status:Current
Review Comment:None
Version:1
Date:28 February 2018
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