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Permits through the wires

The BMAA is pleased to announce that we have now agreed a change of procedures with the CAA to allow members to apply for the revalidation of a Permit to Fly by sending copies of their paper applications to the BMAA by fax or as a scanned attachment to an email. The original documents do not have to be sent in although we recommend that you hold onto them until your Certificate of Validity has been issued and you have it in your hand. Applications will still be acceptable by post.

If requested a copy of the Certificate of Validity can also be emailed, or faxed, back to you and the CAA have confirmed that as long as you can be assured that the Certificate of Validity has been issued, by reference to the emailed or faxed copy, you do not have to wait for the post to deliver the original before you can fly your aircraft.

We hope that these procedures will speed up the Permit revalidation process and save paper and costs.

Geoff Weighell

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