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Teaching on own aircraft

Old 12th Feb 2019, 12:30
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Teaching on own aircraft

if someone wants to learn on their own aircraft do you need to add it to the DTO/ATO list of aircraft?
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Old 12th Feb 2019, 14:32
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Originally Posted by foxmoth View Post
if someone wants to learn on their own aircraft do you need to add it to the DTO/ATO list of aircraft?
According to EASA a DTO is only required to generically list their aircraft i.e C152; PA28 etc. So if it fits into your generic group there is nothing to do however: if you have filled in the CAAs requirement of listing all the registrations then it would constitute a change for which you would have to pay the due fee! Equal playing field and all that!
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