ORS4 No.1265: Exemption for Certain Irish Registered Aircraft not possessing ICAO Compliant Certificates of Airworthiness

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Reference:ORS4 No.1265
Title:Exemption for Certain Irish Registered Aircraft not possessing ICAO Compliant Certificates of Airworthiness
Description:CAA has negotiated a mutual agreement with the Irish Aviation Authority to allow certain Irish registered Annex II aircraft categories other than the two covered in the ECAC Agreement to fly in each other’s State on the basis of a permit, permit exemption or equivalent document issued by the other party.

Please note that this supersedes and revokes ORS4 No.911 which is contained within CAP 747.

Status:Current
Review Comment:None
Version:01
Date:12 April 2018
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