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Andy Alson (HPN/NY)
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airworth cert on exporte
      #265336 - 09/18/09 09:34 AM

When an aircraft is exported to another country does the US Certificate of
Airworthiness expire? Be revoked? Or what? Does it go along with the aircraft
and does the new country of registration (Australia) issue a new CofA? Do
they have to inspect the aircraft or does it just piggyback on the original
US certificate that continues to go with the aircraft?

Wondering if anyone knows or can tell me what I should look at.

Thanks,

Andy


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John Gaitskill, 0A7
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Re: airworth cert on exporte [Re: Andy Alson (HPN/NY)]
      #265419 - 09/18/09 07:11 PM

You might try wandering around the Australian govt website.

www.casa.gov.au


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Andy Alson (HPN/NY)
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Re: airworth cert on exporte [Re: John Gaitskill, 0A7]
      #265443 - 09/18/09 09:52 PM

Thanks, John. Some interesting stuff there. Found an AC that seems to cover
the situation but it's not very clear on the steps needed to be followed - or
at least not to me <G>.

I think it may have seen enough to raise some questions with what I think was
being done. Not by me!!!! though.

Thanks,

Andy


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John Gaitskill, 0A7
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Re: airworth cert on exporte [Re: Andy Alson (HPN/NY)]
      #265515 - 09/19/09 03:24 PM

When is he planning to cross the big pond?

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Andy Alson (HPN/NY)
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Re: airworth cert on exporte [Re: John Gaitskill, 0A7]
      #265535 - 09/19/09 05:21 PM

As far as I know he's on his way to California right now. He's meeting the
ferry pilot there and the extra tanks will be installed in the back. They
should be leaving shortly thereafter - assuming all permits have been
obtained.

That's all I know, except that he doesn't have much multi time at all (the
ferry pilot is very experienced) and I'm hoping he doesn't have any problems
getting to California.

Andy


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John Cooper [KAVL]
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Re: airworth cert on exporte [Re: Andy Alson (HPN/NY)]
      #265541 - 09/19/09 05:52 PM

I know that the original Lancair 320 was airworthy in the U.S. but not Australia. The factory had to design a larger horizontal stabilizer to meet Aussie requirements. That's for an experimental, though...

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Andy Alson (HPN/NY)
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Re: airworth cert on exporte [Re: John Cooper [KAVL]]
      #265562 - 09/19/09 10:42 PM

This is a B58 Baron, so I wouldn't think he'd have much trouble flying it in
Australia. At leasat I'd guess there are some of those flying down there.


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nehoC hctiM
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Re: airworth cert on exporte [Re: Andy Alson (HPN/NY)]
      #265583 - 09/20/09 05:26 AM

Not sure about Ausieland but Arrow N5007S sits in Lile France.
Years ago, my dad owned this Robertson STOL Arrow.
It is registered to some company in Va.?
Every year, it goes through an entire US Annual by a US rated A&P who has a shop in France.

The owner told me, the reason for this:
France only allows French Made parts to be added, such as avionics. He wanted to maintain the flexibility of adding radios and or parts from around the world, such as Garmin.

The new owner was kind enough to take Glenn Cooper and myself for a ride, and even let me do most of the flying just recently.

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Andy Alson (HPN/NY)
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Re: airworth cert on exporte [Re: nehoC hctiM]
      #265586 - 09/20/09 07:22 AM

Guess that would be another way to deal with the registration, but I the
baron already had an Australian tail number on it when I saw it last.


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John Gaitskill, 0A7
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Re: airworth cert on exporte [Re: Andy Alson (HPN/NY)]
      #265606 - 09/20/09 11:54 AM

<<<<Baron>>>>
That's what Ron K has based in Australia, isn't it?


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