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Coronavirus - Exemption for carriage of Original EASA ARC onboard the Aircraft during all flights

The CAA have published ORS4 1355 which details an exemption from the need to carry the original EASA Airworthiness Review Certificate onboard the aircraft during all flights.

This exemption applies any EASA aircraft registered in the United Kingdom

Conditions of exemption.

This exemption is granted subject to the following conditions:

a. The original EASA Certificate of Airworthiness shall be carried on board the aircraft during all flights

b. A copy of the valid Airworthiness Review Certificate shall be carried on board the aircraft during all flights.

c. A copy of this exemption shall be carried on board the aircraft during all flights.

d. The original valid Airworthiness Review Certificate shall be placed on board the aircraft at the earliest opportunity, but no later than 30 days after it was issued or extended, at which time items b & c above must be removed.

e.This exemption E5027 shall be recorded in the appropriate aircraft records.

This exemption is granted to meet urgent operational needs of a limited duration and shall have effect from 24March 2020 until 23 November 2020 unless revoked.

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