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Thu, Sep 02, 2010

NATA, FAA Partner To Help With Aircraft Re-Registration Requirements

New Online System Promises To Streamline The Process

The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) is pleased to announce a new partnership that will help aviation businesses and individuals comply with new FAA requirements to re-register all aircraft.

Beginning September 1st, NATA and AIC Title Service, LLC are making available an affordable, simple-to-use program that allows for re-registrations to be professionally processed and tracked using a straightforward Web interface.

Recently, the FAA published a final rule that will require all currently registered aircraft to complete an aircraft re-registration according to a specific schedule over the next three years. By partnering with AIC, NATA is able to offer aviation businesses access to a service that air charter operators and flight schools, especially those with managed aircraft, will find particularly valuable.

NATA and AIC says that by using the program, those who manage aircraft can ensure uninterrupted registration, providing continued operational ability for owners and for charter/rental flights. Aircraft managers offering to handle the re-registration process for owners is a tangible value-added benefit, saving them time and effort.

Users will have the ability to specify where the new registration certificate is delivered. This can be beneficial to charter operators and flight schools. For example, new certificates can be directed to the air charter operator's place of business, the location where an aircraft is typically based, or anywhere the owner and manager agree upon. AIC says it will hand delivers each registration to the FAA, ensuring traceable delivery and avoiding the uncertainty that may come with the FAA-sponsored interface.

"The AIC Aircraft Re-registration Program is a timely, efficient and professional tool that air charter and flight schools will find highly valuable. NATA is pleased to deliver this service to our members and the industry-at-large," said NATA Director of Membership and Business Development Daniel Gurley.

The service is available to both members and non-members.

FMI: www.nata.aero/aic

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