Old 14th Jun 2019, 17:52
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Originally Posted by WHBM View Post
It was notable that in the D-Day parachute re-enaction, which included two aircraft carrying the British Army Red Devils parachute display team, both of their two civilian aircraft (a Beech 99 and a Cessna Caravan) were USA registered, although based in the UK, and thus presumably were compliant with FAA regs rather than UK ones.

If it's good enough for the UK government ....
They are also fully compliant with Uk regulations and operate under the direct authority of the UK CAA for parachute operations. No grey areas at all.
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