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N-reg Aircraft Operation in Europe?

Old 27th Jul 2011, 20:19
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N-reg Aircraft Operation in Europe?

How is the operation of N registered aircraft in Europe, within and into Europe?

What kind of approvals you need for different countries, if any?

How about in Russia?

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Old 29th Jul 2011, 16:52
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Try to get a copy of Avition Business Week magazine issued in May 2011. The article called "Illegal chartering". This will give you a guidance of how to fly N-reg in Europe and how not to do it. Same applies by US gov. to Russia.
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Old 1st Aug 2011, 11:48
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Maybe change the question to what is the best registration for an operation in Europe?

Are you N reg already? If not why do you want N reg and not M reg or a proper EU AOC?
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Old 1st Aug 2011, 20:53
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I am not N-reg nor I want to be, at least for now... ;-)

Just wondering since I heard of people who moved their aircraft away from EU reg to N reg and are planning to operate between US and Europe/Russian and within Europe and are not expecting to have too many problems.

Can it really be so easy?
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Old 2nd Aug 2011, 08:55
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Nope the N loophole is being closed. So not easy unless you fly private and even than the checks in certain EU countries are increasing. I have not seen many aircraft moving from the EU reg to N reg rather the other way around and more to the EU flag of tax convenience: M reg
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Old 2nd Aug 2011, 09:22
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EU flag of tax convenience: M reg
Whilst there are tax advantages to the M reg, that is by no means the only reason for using the registry. Customer service is second to none, legislation is simple to comply with, and helpful advice is a phone call away. Registering at 3am BST? Someone will be in the office. Outstanding.
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Old 13th Aug 2011, 19:36
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You didn't do a search, did you Aslak? There is a plethora of information throughout this site about N-Reg ops in Europe.

Happy Hunting,

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Old 13th Aug 2011, 23:43
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I believe it's called payback time ;-) .... now go check the new regulations.. loophole closed, or closing fast. No Eu ops in the USA ? fine ... then don't expect N reg ops here.
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Old 17th Aug 2011, 14:19
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Pay back for what ?

I believe it's called payback time ;-)
No Eu ops in the USA ? fine ... then don't expect N reg ops here.
Could you elaborate a bit what specific CFR is prohibiting EU ops in the USA ? I thought it had more to do with EU maintenance requirements not always available in the US (or being too onerous to support) ?

Thanks, PP.
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