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FAA Designated airworthiness representative

Currently performing the following functions of the Federal Aviation Administration, as a Designated Airworthiness Representative for the London International Field Office.



Certificate n° DART-820262-EA

Function Code 23

Issue recurrent standard airworthiness certificates for U.S.-registered aircraft that conform to the approved design requirements and are in a condition for safe operation.

Limitation: none

Note: These airworthiness certificate(s) include non-U.S.-manufactured aircraft imported to the United States from the country of manufacture with whom the United States has a Bilateral Airworthiness Agreement (BAA) or BASA together with an Export Certificate of Airworthiness or certifying statement from the CAA indicating the aircraft meets the U.S. type design and is in a condition for safe operation.

Function Code 24

Issue recurrent standard airworthiness certificates for non-U.S.-manufactured aircraft imported from countries other than the country of manufacture with which the United States has a bilateral agreement(s).

Limitation: none

Note: The CAA of the exporting country (other than the country of manufacture) with whom the United States has a bilateral agreement, must provide a certified statement that the aircraft conforms to its U.S. TC and is in a condition for safe operation. This certified statement normally comes in the form of an Export Certificate of Airworthiness, issued by the country of manufacture.

Function Code 25

Issue recurrent special airworthiness certificates for U.S.-registered restricted category aircraft.

Limitation: none

Note:The exception would be for non-U.S.-manufactured aircraft imported from countries other than the country of manufacture.

Function Code 28

Issue recurrent/original special airworthiness certificates, in the experimental category, for the purposes of operating, market survey, research and development, and crew training on U.S.-registered aircraft.

Limitation: none

Function Code 29

Issue special flight permits for U.S.-registered aircraft for the purposes outlined in §§ 21.197(a)(1), (2), (4), and 21.197(b).

Limitation: none

Note: Designees will not fax any special flight permits; see FAA Order 8130.2.

Function Code 31

Issue recurrent export certificate of airworthiness for aircraft in accordance with part 21, subpart L. Limitations; For aircraft only as noted in delegation number (23).

Limitation: none

Note: The CAA of the exporting country (other than the country of manufacture) with whom the United States has a bilateral agreement, must provide a certified statement that the aircraft conforms to its U.S. TC and is in a condition for safe operation. This certified statement normally comes in the form of an Export Certificate of Airworthiness, issued by the country of manufacture.

Function Code 33

Issue amendments/replacements for standard or special airworthiness certificates if the proper documentation can be obtained from the applicant.

Limitation: none

Note 1: The managing office may limit a designee to do amendments and/or replacements.
Note 2: This includes the replacement of certificates when the aircraft registration number changes.