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Authorised Version F2017C00094 registered 01/02/2017
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Preliminary Part 1 Regulation 2 Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 23 Compilation No. 87 Compilation date: 27/1/17 Registered: 31/1/17 (5) Where any rule contained in the provisions of Division 2 of Part 11 or in the provisions of Parts 12 and 13 contains a provision similar to that of a rule contained in the Rules of the Air adopted in pursuance of the Convention, but a distance which in the last-mentioned rule is expressed by kilometres, metres or centimetres (as the case may be) is in the first-mentioned rule expressed in miles, feet or inches, an aircraft which, in respect of that distance, complies with the last-mentioned rule shall also be deemed to comply with the first-mentioned rule. (6) For the purposes of these Regulations, an aircraft shall be classified in accordance with the type of operations in which it is being employed at any time, as follows: (a) when an aircraft is being employed in aerial work operations, it shall be classified as an aerial work aircraft; (b) when an aircraft is being employed in charter operations, it shall be classified as a charter aircraft; (c) when an aircraft is being employed in regular public transport operations, it shall be classified as a regular public transport aircraft; (d) when an aircraft is being employed in private operations, it shall be classified as a private aircraft. (7) For the purposes of these Regulations: (a) an aircraft that is flying or operating for a commercial purpose referred to in paragraph 206(1)(a) shall be taken to be employed in aerial work operations; (b) an aircraft that is flying or operating for a commercial purpose referred to in paragraph 206(1)(b) shall be taken to be employed in charter operations; (c) an aircraft that is flying or operating for the commercial purpose referred to in paragraph 206(1)(c) shall be taken to be employed in regular public transport operations; and (d) an aircraft that is flying or operating for the purpose of, or in the course of: (i) the personal transportation of the owner of the aircraft; (ii) aerial spotting where no remuneration is received by the pilot or the owner of the aircraft or by any person or organisation on whose behalf the spotting is conducted; Authorised Version F2017C00094 registered 01/02/2017
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Part 1 Preliminary Regulation 2 24 Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 Compilation No. 87 Compilation date: 27/1/17 Registered: 31/1/17 (iii) agricultural operations on land owned and occupied by the owner of the aircraft; (iv) aerial photography where no remuneration is received by the pilot or the owner of the aircraft or by any person or organisation on whose behalf the photography is conducted; (v) the carriage of persons or the carriage of goods without a charge for the carriage being made other than the carriage, for the purposes of trade, of goods being the property of the pilot, the owner or the hirer of the aircraft; (va) the carriage of persons in accordance with subregulation (7A); (vi) the carriage of goods otherwise than for the purposes of trade; (vii) flight training, other than the following:
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