Papers relating to most of the aircraft mentioned in series DR 11 (Safety Data and Analysis Unit: Accident Files) have been selected.
Administrative / biographical background:
A United Kingdom Certificate of Airworthiness may be issued to any aircraft registered in the United Kingdom provided that the Civil Aviation Authority is satisfied that the aircraft is fit to fly having regard to the design, construction, workmanship and materials of the aircraft and of any equipment necessary for the airworthiness of the aircraft. Certification is in one or more of the following categories: Transport Category (Passenger), Transport Category (Cargo), Aerial Work Category, Private Category, and Special Category
A certificate of airworthiness is normally valid for a period of one year except for aircraft whose maximum total weight authorised (MTWA) does not exceed 2730 kg, in which case the certificate is normally valid for three years.
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