The ~ Re§Jistration Mark is lssued t>y the State of Registry. The Nationality Mark ariginates from The lntemational Telecommunication Union.
CHAPTER 3: REGISTRATION (/CAO) Af/ NS/~0/it~tlty amJ Reg Js tratlon mark ing ar -e- f/i) b.e kept c_fe!ln antl visili'f9 at af/ times . alr:~raft . 1. Trhe Sta(B ~f RragistJY fsswes the C of R tn respetı1 of an 2. lt n-rust b~ efilır#e:d in t he e;rcraft at af/ mnes . Un usab/e Letter Combinations for Registration Marks. Letter combinations are not to be used for the registration mark which might be confused with: The 5 Jetter combinations used in the International Code of Signals (for example flag signals usedin Maritime operations). 31etter combinations starting with the Jetter Q usedin the Q Code (e.g. QNH, QFF, QDM ete.). The distress and urgency signals SOS, PAN, XXX. TTT, which is morse code for safety 1 securite. Characteristics and Location of Markings. All markings are to be painted, or affixed by any other means which ensure the same degree of permanence. They are to be kept clean and visible at all times. On heavier-than-air aircraft, the marking shall be on the: a. lower surface of the wings, and b. on each side of the fuselage or on the upper parts of the vertical tail surfaces. Size of Markings. On heavier-than-air aircraft, the markings shall be at least: 50 cms in height on the wings, and 30 cms in height on the fuselage and vertical tail surfaces. Dispensation from Markings. lt is possible, with special permission, to dispense with markings on, for example, historic aircraft. However, this mu st be agreed on an individual basis with the Authority concerned. The State of Registry will issue a Certificate of Registration (C of R) to the aircraft concerned, which must be carried in the aircraft at all times.
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- Spring '18
- Benan Böke