Limitations of a Special Flight Permit
A flight conducted under a Special Flight Permit shall have appropriate limitations prescribed to minimize hazard to persons or property and conducted to avoid areas where flights might create hazardous exposure; and
(a) the registration marks assigned to the aircraft by the State of Registry are to be displayed on the aircraft in conformity with the requirements of that State; and
(b) persons or property are not carried for compensation or hire; and
(c) no person is carried in the aircraft unless that person is essential to the purpose of the flight and has been advised of the contents of the authorisation and the airworthiness status of the aircraft; and
(d) the aircraft is operated only by crew who are aware of the purpose of the flight and any limitations imposed, and who hold appropriate certificates or licences acceptable to the Governor or to the State of Registry; and
(e) all flights are conducted within the performance operating limitations prescribed in the aircraft flight manual and any additional limitations specified by the State of Registry and or the Governor for the particular flight; and
(f) the period of validity and the conditions of a special flight permit are to be specified.
(g) An authorisation/validation of the special flight permit is obtained from any Foreign State to be overflown and any additional conditions from that authorisation followed.