Flight Authority

The owner or operator should always endeavour to have a valid C of A for the aircraft, avoiding the need for a Special Flight Permit.

Where this is not possible, an application for a Special Flight Permit should be made to the applicable OTAA by the aircraft operator, owner, or lessee if the aircraft is leased.


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