Type Certification basis

2.1 In accordance with OTAR 21 Subpart B the investigation and acceptance of an aircraft Type Certification will be documented by a Type Acceptance Certificate (TAC) issued by the Overseas Territory Aviation Authority (OTAA). The issue of the TAC will be based on the Type Certification granted by one of the following National Authorities:

a) Federal Aviation Administration (FAA);

b) Transport Canada; or

c) European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).

2.2 The acceptance of the aircraft by the OTAAs can therefore be based on either the State of Type Design Certification or the State of Type Certification that has validated the State of Type Design Certification.


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