Introduction

If an aircraft no longer meets the certification standards set for the applicable Type Acceptance Certificate, the Certificate of Airworthiness will not be in force. The only provision for allowing an aircraft to fly in these circumstances is to permit the aircraft to be operated in accordance with the conditions of a Special Flight Permit, granted by the Governor. A Special Flight Permit also provides an exemption from the requirements to hold a Certificate of Airworthiness whilst operating within the Territory airspace. For a flight intending to commence and or terminate outside the Territory, if an aircraft is not in compliance with ICAO Annex 8, authorization/validation of the Special Flight Permit prior to the flight, from foreign Authorities is required anytime an aircraft is operating in foreign airspace.


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