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Use of Non-EASA (Annex2) Aircraft in an EASA AOC for Commercial Air Transport...

… will this be possible? Any examples, where A to B Passenger and freight transport is being done with an Annex2 Aircraft on an EASA AOC?

Thanks in advance,

Christian

Two seat Spitfire operation at Biggin?

Edit: Sorry, missed the A to B bit…

Last Edited by Timothy at 10 May 21:39
EGKB Biggin Hill

Are the Spitfire flights really on an AOC? If so, I wonder since when?

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Shoreham EGKA, United Kingdom

I think the Spitfires operate under the rules regarding “Introductory flights” within Part-NCO.

Some years ago, still within EASA, there was a Swedish helicopter company that also flew a DHC-2 Beaver for sightseeing flight and A to B under an AOC. But the had to get approval from the CAA on an almost month by month basis in order to do so. That made the whole operation impossible and very “volatile”. It is possible that this has changed today to the better though.

Sweden, Sweden

How do the Rapides at Duxford operate? Again, not A to B, but a possible start?

Similarly, I believe passengers are allowed on Sally B?

EGKB Biggin Hill

Hanseflug operates (operated?) an AN-2 on an A to B schedule between Wyk and Westerland. They might know. http://www.hanseflug.de

mh
Inside the sky.
EDXE, EDXF, Germany

I think the engineer at Fenland who built G-AKRP from a pile of moth eaten scrap, (Well that’s what it looked like to me) would probably know about pleasure flights and relevant licensing for the old De Havillands?
http://www.sywellaerodrome.co.uk/sywell-aerodrome-magazine-2000-1-dominie-restoration.php
It was amazing to see the thing come back to life and fly again, what amused me was that the two Gypsy engines cost roughly as much in oil as fuel to run!

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