CHAPTER3 REGISTRATION (ICAO) 59
CHAPTER 3 REGISTRATION (ICAO) 60
CHAPTER 3: REGISTRATION (ICAO) NATIONALITY, COMMON & REGISTRATION MARKS. DEFINITIONS. Nationality Mark. The nationality mark consists of a character (letters and/or numbers) issued by the State of Registration of the aircraft which denote the nationality of the aircraft. For example, UK registered aircraft have the nationality mark of "G"; the nationality mark of the United States is "N" and that of Syria is "SY". Figure 3. 1 A UK registered aircraft showing the Nationality Mark and its registration. Common Mark. Should an aircraft belong to an international operator, registered in more than one state, it is issued with a Comman Mark in place of a nationality mark by ICAO. For instance, the comman mark 4YB has been issued by ICAO to Jordan and Iraq for registering aircraft operated by the company Ara b Air Cargo. Registration Mark. The Registration Mark is issued to the aircraft by the State of Registry and follows the comman or nationality mark. For example if an aircraft is designated G-ABCD, "G" is the nationality mark, and "ABCD" is the registration mark. lssuing Authorities. A nationality mark is chosen by the State from the symbols allocated to it by the International Telecommunication Union. The State then notifies ICAO of which Nationality Mark has been selected. The Comman Mark is issued to the Comman Mark Registering Authority by ICAO. The Registration Mark is allocated to the aircraft by the State of Registry (or, in the case of an aircraft belonging to an international agency, by the Comman Mark Registering Authority). 61 The. State of Registrafirim issues an aircraft wlth its nationality mark.
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- Spring '18
- Benan Böke