Flight control system in relation to an aircraft

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flight control system , in relation to an aircraft, includes: (a) the aircraft’s main control surfaces and associated operating mechanisms and control systems; and (b) the aircraft’s lift and drag devices and associated operating mechanisms and control systems; and (c) the aircraft ’s trim and artificial feel systems and associated operating mechanisms and control systems; and (d) the aircraft’s flight control lock system and associated operating mechanisms and control systems; and (e) the aircraft’s yaw system and associated operating mechanisms and control systems; and Authorised Version F2017C00094 registered 01/02/2017
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Preliminary Part 1 Regulation 2 Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 9 Compilation No. 87 Compilation date: 27/1/17 Registered: 31/1/17 (f) if the aircraft is a rotorcraft —the aircraft’s pitch control systems; and (g) if the aircraft is an airship —the aircraft’s ballonet system and associated operating mechanisms and control systems. flight information area means airspace to which a determination under subparagraph (5)(1)(a)(i) of the Airspace Regulations 2007 applies. flight information service means a service provided by air traffic control or Flight Service for the purpose of giving advice and information for the safe and efficient conduct of flights. flight level 290 , in relation to a flight of an aircraft, means the height at which the aircraft’s altimeter, if it were adjusted to a reading on the subscale of 1013.2 hectopascals, would show a height of 29 000 feet. flight plan means specified information, provided to air traffic control, relative to the intended flight of an aircraft. Flight Service means flight advisory services provided by AA. Note: For definitions of flight simulator and flight training device , see the CASR Dictionary. flight visibility means the average range of visibility forward from the cockpit of an aircraft in flight. flying training means any training given during flight time in an aircraft for the purpose of increasing a person’s skill in flying the aircraft. foreign aircraft means an aircraft registered: (a) in a Contracting State or in a foreign country other than a Contracting State; or (b) under a joint registration plan or an international registration plan. grant , in relation to a licence or certificate, means grant of the licence or certificate, either by way of initial issue or by renewal from time to time. Authorised Version F2017C00094 registered 01/02/2017
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Part 1 Preliminary Regulation 2 10 Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 Compilation No. 87 Compilation date: 27/1/17 Registered: 31/1/17 gross weight , in relation to an aircraft at any time, means the weight of the aircraft, together with the weight of all persons and goods (including fuel) on board the aircraft, at that time, estimated in accordance with the method set out in a direction in force under subregulation 235(1).
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