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37.20 Documentation

37.20.2 State the documents which must be carried in aircraft operated in New Zealand. CAR 91

91.111 Documents to be carried

Except as provided in Parts 103, 104, and 106, a person must not operate an aircraft unless the following documents are carried in the aircraft —

  • (1) except if rule 91.101(c) applies, the current airworthiness certificate or a certified copy of the current airworthiness certificate:
  • (2) the aircraft flight manual or an equivalent document acceptable to the Director:
  • (3) for New Zealand registered aircraft –
    • (i) the technical log required under rule 91.619, unless for aircraft operating under an air operator certificate from a fixed base an alternative means acceptable to the Director is used to inform the pilot of the maintenance status of the aircraft:
    • (ii) a completed form CAA 2173 Weight and Balance Data or equivalent:
    • (iii) a completed form CAA 2129 Aircraft Radio Station Equipment Approval Levels:
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