Aircraft Registration

Should You Use Your Plane Dealer’s Aircraft Registration?

Are you ready to hit the open blue skies in your new aircraft? Are you prepared to fly anywhere from 460-575mph? Not so fast! You’ll need to apply for a Certificate of Aircraft Registration from the FAA Aircraft Registry before you can legally operate any aircraft within the U.S. This certificate should be in the aircraft…

N-Number

The N-number: 5 Things You Need to Know

Have you ever wondered what the numbers and letters on the back of an aircraft mean? Or, did you even know all American aircraft have an identification number? Here are five things you need to know about the N-Number from the National Aviation Center! What Is An N-Number? We’ve all seen them. Numbers and letters…

N-Number

What is an N-number and What Do You Need It For?

Do you have an N-number for your plane? Have you ever wondered why it seems like so many of the planes you see have them (while a few may not?) This is one of the more commonly asked questions here at the National Aviation Center. The truth is that registered aircraft in the United States…