A 2-REG aircraft may only be flown with a valid airworthiness certificate. This is based on a Type Acceptance Certificate (TAC), which in turn is based on Type Certificates from three aviation jurisdictions in the world: EASA, FAA and Canada. 2-REG applies the ‘follow TC’ concept; once you have chosen a host Type Certificate jurisdiction for the individual aircraft, you must stay with it. The AFM, ADs, modifications, repairs, etc., must all be based on the chosen host jurisdiction.
For residents of the Channel Islands, 2-REG is the ideal registry for general aviation aircraft.
The registry’s office at Guernsey Airport and the customer-focused team ensure easy access and logistical convenience.
Moreover, 2-REG offers attractive fees.
For corporate aircraft owners, 2-REG offers flexible and tailor-made fees in a tax-friendly jurisdiction. But the advantages don’t end there.
To support business jet owners outside the scope of the registry, the Channel Islands have an extensive network of financial and corporate service providers.
Of course, many aircraft owners will ponder the question of why they should think about moving over to the register.
Many aircraft owners in europe are bound by strict regulations requiring maintenance bases to comply with manufacturer recommended requirements, where as within the US/FAA system, the owner has total control of his maintenance. He has the option to decline tasks under an approved maintenance bases guidance, such as calendar lifed components and service bulletins.
The Channel Island Aircraft Registry has adopted it's regulations similarly. As you, the aircraft owner, are in control of your maintenance on your aeroplane, engineering bases like ASG can provide you with a list of findings/requirements and you as the owner can accept or decline these items. Of course, any airworthiness related tasks such as AD's and Chapter 4 items will have to be carried out as per the Manufacturers requirements.
As well as this, the Channel Island Aircraft Registry also accept both EASA/CAA and FAA flying license validations.
Worldwide network of inspectors to perform airworthiness surveys at your convenience.
Registrations available out of sequence, so you can personalise your mark.
The Registry accept 3 important type certification jurisdictions (Europe/EASA, US/FAA, and Canada/TC).
An IS-BAO approval satisfies the Complex General Aviation approval requirement.
Pragmatic regulations allow for easy compliance.
Please let us know how we can help you and we normally reply within 1 hour. You can also leave your telephone number and we would be happy to call you back. We are always interested to hear from fellow aviators