Aircraft Registration

An aircraft registration, alternatively called a tail number, is a code unique to a single aircraft, required by international convention to be marked on the exterior of every civil aircraft. The registration indicates the aircraft's country of registration, and functions much like an automobile license plate or a ship registration. This code must also appear in its Certificate of Registration, issued by the relevant National Aviation Authority (NAA). An aircraft can only have one registration, in one jurisdiction, though it is changeable over the life of the aircraft.



desLibris · 14 August 2019 English

At 1121, the pilot called the Abbotsford air traffic control (ATC) tower to ask whether he could receive an early clearance while the aircraft was still in the hangar.2 The …

Express Air Inc. Beechcraft King Air B100 aircraft (registration C-GIAE, serial number BE-8), departed Runway Avions de Transport Régional ATR 42-320 aircraft (registration C-GWEA, serial number 240), operated by

desLibris · 5 April 2019 English

'Air passenger traffic worldwide is increasing and the demand for qualified pilots is outpacing current training capacity. Canada and the world are facing a pilot shortage that affects not only …

schools, including criteria for instructors, aircraft registration and maintenance as well as flight training

desLibris · 16 May 2017 English

“The 2016 Transportation in Canada Annual Report presents the state of transportation in Canada with the most current available information. As required by the Canadian Transportation Act of 2007 subsection …

requests, 646 operating certificates, 4,840 Aircraft Registration requests, 44,429 Medical Assessments, 3

desLibris · 23 September 2016 English

This memorandum describes the requirements for the reporting, release and accounting of goods under the Courier Low Value Shipment (CLVS) Program. It also describes the conditions under which couriers who …

number; (ii) for shipments by air, the aircraft registration number or the flight number; (iii) for

desLibris · 20 January 2016 English

During the rollout, the captain determined that the aircraft would not stop before reaching the end of the runway, and initiated a high-speed left turn onto the taxiway. [...] For …

2014, a de Havilland DHC-6-300 Twin Otter aircraft (registration C-GKSN, serial number 493) operated by aircraft, a de Havilland DHC-6-300 Twin Otter aircraft (registration C-GKSN, serial number 493) operated by

desLibris · 14 January 2016 English

The aircraft remained at circuit altitude while the crew performed the emergency procedures to reset the generators. [...] The crew reset the landing gear relay circuit breaker located on the …

Air Creebec Inc. Beechcraft King Air A100 aircraft (registration C-FEYT, serial number B- 210) was operating

desLibris · 7 December 2015 English

The following day, the CCGS Amundsen departed its anchorage at Resolute Bay with 73 people on board for the second leg of the ArcticNet Beaufort Regional Environmental Assessment (BREA) research …

the Operating certificate holder and the aircraft registration certificate holder. However, Transport Canada

ECW Press · 2007 English

Perfect for informing the aviation enthusiast and calming the fearful flier, this insightful glimpse into the world of commercial airline travel explains all of the topics any passenger would want …

six, the finishing touches: the logos, aircraft registration, and markings are stenciled on. To be certified details to be added to the aircraft: logo, aircraft registration, and other markings. ¢ Location of Air Canada’s

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