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Aircraft Registration and Airworthiness Certificates

Aircraft Registration and Airworthiness Certificates
Georgian civil aircraft registration and airworthiness certificates are granted in accordance with the order N60 as of 30.06.2011 issued by the Director of LEPL - Civil Aviation Agency.
The List of Documentation required for obtaining Aircraft Certificate of Registration:
1.For the aircraft state registration the aircraft owner or operator (if authorized by the owner) shall submit following documents to the CAA:
a)      Application (annex 1);
b)      Originals or duly legalized copies of the documentation confirming aircraft ownership or operating rights;
c)      Specific aircraft airworthiness certificate, issued by the CAA, or by the export state, but recognized by the CAA;
d)      Certificate of the de-registration from the register of the export state;
e)      Export certificate issued by the state of export, (if the requirements given in the subparagraph d. of this paragraph are not met).
2. On the basis of presented documentation, in accordance with the paragraphs2, 3 and 5 of the article2 of this “rule”:
a)      Aircraft will be registered in the state register;
b)      Registration mark will be granted to the aircraft, which will be registered in the “Civil Aircraft Certificate of Registration” and will be inscribed on the aircraft in accordance with the requirements of the chapter III of this “rule”(“registration marks of the Georgian Civil aircraft”);
c)      To the aircraft will be granted the “Civil Aircraft Certificate of Registration” (annex 3).
3. Certificate of Aircraft Registration is only the document assuring its registration and cannot be considered as the document assuring its ownership.
4. Submission and review of the full package of documentation enlisted inparagraph 1 of this article to CAA is regulated by General Administrative Code of Georgia.
The List of Documentation required for obtaining Certificate of Airworthiness:
1. Certificate of Airworthiness (CofA) will be granted to the aircraft registered in Georgia.
2. In order to obtain CofA aircraft (except the only exemplars, extra light and/or manufactured by nonindustrial methods) owner or operator (when authorized by the owner) must submit to the CAA the following:
a)      Established form of application (annex 4) and the annex of this application (annex 5);
b)      Copy of the type certificate and its technical data issued by ICAO Member Stateor by ICAO approved International Organization, or any other equivalent document acceptable to the CAA of Georgia.
c)      In case of imported aircraft: Export Certificate of Airworthiness or valid Certificate of Airworthiness issued by the state of export (in case the aircraft was already in the territory of Georgia at the moment of concluding the Export Agreement);
d)      Extract from aircraft form (concerning the technical conditions and operation data). In case the aircraft is imported to Georgia directly from the maintenance organization, data filed in the form by the maintenance organization shall confirm the full implementation of the tasks and modifications envisaged by the maintenance documentation, as well as the resources of the aircraft remaining until the next scheduled repair/overhaul of the aircraft or similar scope of technical maintenance.
e)      Act on Aircraft Technical Conditions Inspection (Annex 8);
f)       Act of Aircraft Test Flight (Annex 9);
g)      Data of aircraft dry weight and weight and balance reports;
h)     Aircraft Flight Operations Manuals or equivalent document;
i)        Aircraft technical maintenance program;
j)        Aircraft Main Minimum Equipment List (MMEL);
k)      Aircraft Location Noise Type Certificate;
3. The owner or operator (when authorized by the owner) of the single unit, extra light aircraft or aircraft manufactured by non-industrial methods shall submit to GCAA:
a)      Established form of application (Annex 4) and Annex to the Application (Annex 5);
b)      Aircraft type certificate or equivalent document (if applicable);
c)      In case of imported aircraft – Aircraft Export Airworthiness Certificate or Valid Airworthiness certificate issued by the State of Export (provided the aircraft was already in the territory of Georgia at the moment of Export Agreement conclusion);
d)      Complex Decision of Civil Aircraft Airworthiness Inspection Expert Committee (Annex 10), if the requirements of the articles “b” and “c” above are not applicable;
e)      Act of Aircraft Test Flight (Annex 9);
f)       In case the aircraft is delivered by manufacturer or exporter by container, after its construction Aircraft Technical Condition Inspection Act shall be filed (Annex 8) and test flight shall be operated, the result of which shall be indicated in the Test Flight Report (Annex ) and Complex Decision of Civil Aircraft Airworthiness Inspection Expert Committee (Annex 10);
g)      Aircraft dry weight and weight and balance report data;
h)     Aircraft Flight Operations Manual;
i)        Aircraft Maintenance Program;
4. Civil Aviation Authority is entitled to require from the applicant data on the difference between the airworthiness standards effective in the country of export and Georgia.

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