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Permit to Fly or Annex II Aircraft Documents to be Carried.

ANO 2016 Schedule 10 specifies the documents to be carried.

1.  Subject to paragraph 3, the following documents must be carried—

(a) on a public transport flight—

(i) the licence in force under the Wireless Telegraphy Act 2006(a) for the aircraft radio station installed in the aircraft;
(ii) the national certificate of airworthiness in force for the aircraft;
(iii) the licences of the members of the flight crew of the aircraft;
(iv) one copy of the load sheet, if any, required by article 124 for the flight;
(v) one copy of each national airworthiness review certificate required by article 49, if any, in force for the aircraft;
(vi) the technical log or approved record, if any, in which entries are required to be made under article 227;
(vii) those parts of the operations manual, if any, required by article 116(4)(c) to be carried on the flight; and
(viii) if the flight is international air navigation, the certificate of registration in force for the aircraft and a copy of the notified procedures to be followed by the pilot in command of an intercepted aircraft, and the notified visual signals for use by intercepting and intercepted aircraft;

(b) on a non-commercial flight or commercial operation flight which is international air navigation—

(i) the licence in force under the Wireless Telegraphy Act 2006(a) for the aircraft radio station installed in the aircraft;
(ii) the national certificate of airworthiness in force for the aircraft;
(iii) the licences of the members of the flight crew of the aircraft;
(iv) one copy of each national airworthiness review certificate required by article 49, if any, in force for the aircraft;
(v) the technical log or approved record, if any, in which entries are required to be made under article 227;
(vi) the certificate of registration in force for the aircraft; and
(vii) the notified visual signals for use by intercepting and intercepted aircraft;
(c) on a flight made in accordance with the terms of a permission granted to the operator under article 78(3), the permission.

Exceptions

3.—

(1) If the certificate of airworthiness includes the flight manual for the aircraft, and with the permission of the CAA, an aircraft to which article 116 applies need not carry the flight manual as part of the national certificate of airworthiness in force for the aircraft.
(2) With  the  permission  of  the  CAA,  an aircraft to which article 116 applies need not carry the permission if it carries an operations manual which  includes the detailed information specified at paragraph 1(s) of Part 1 of Schedule 9.
(3) If a flight is intended to begin and end at the same aerodrome and does not include passage over the territory of any country other than the United Kingdom, one copy of each national airworthiness review certificate required by article 49, if any, in force for the aircraft may be kept at that aerodrome instead of being carried in the aircraft.

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