GENERAL

Overseas Territories Aviation Circulars are issued to provide advice, guidance and information on standards, practices and procedures necessary to support Overseas Territory Aviation Requirements. They are not in themselves law but may amplify a provision of the Air Navigation (Overseas Territories) Order or provide practical guidance on meeting a requirement contained in the Overseas Territories Aviation Requirements.

Organisations should ensure that an appropriate system of communication is in place within their company so that information contained within OTACs is notified promptly to those individuals that need to be advised.

PURPOSE

This OTAC details the procedures an aircraft owner or operator should carry out in order to make an application to the Overseas Territories Aviation Authority (OTAA) for a Permit to Fly to operate a partially serviceable or damaged aircraft.

RELATED REQUIREMENTS

This Circular relates to OTAR Parts 91, 119, 121 and 135.

CHANGE INFORMATION

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ENQUIRIES

Enquiries regarding the content of this Circular should be addressed to Manager PQS, Air Safety Support International, to the appropriate Director or Director-General of Civil Aviation or to any office of ASSI.

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