Aircraft owners here in the United States are well aware of the importance of their registration. This is going to be a key document in terms of operating and handling the aircraft going forward. Because of this, you need to pay attention to having to update the data on the registration should any of it change at some point, be it an aircraft registration change of address or a change in the ownership.
Keep Your Airplane Registration Up to Date
There’s a reason we continuously remind our readers of the importance of aircraft registration. After all, this is the documentation that serves as the authorization for an aircraft to operate here in the United States, but it also fulfills the role of proof of ownership for the owner going forward. However, in order for it to serve as either, it will need to be kept up to date throughout the ownership. Let’s take a look at the two most common instances in which you might need to update aircraft registration.
Aircraft Registration Change of Address
When you first registered your aircraft with the Federal Aviation Administration, you had to provide an address under which you could register the aircraft. This is standard procedure, after all, since there needs to be a way for the FAA to reach the owner of the aircraft in case of emergency or necessity. This is why it’s so important for you to maintain the registry updated in case that something in relation to the aircraft changes. If you move at some point, you will need to update the registry accordingly. In order to do this, you will simply need to submit the corresponding form for a change of address, which you can find here on our platform. Not only will you be able to fill out the form here, but also to submit it to the FAA.
Updating Aircraft Ownership Arrangements
Now, another instance in which you will also have to update your entry in the registry will be when the aircraft changes owners. This will be relevant whether you are adding an owner, removing them, or fully transferring the ownership to someone else. The form is pretty simple, but it will call for you to submit some information about the aircraft and, in the case of a full transfer, a bill of sale that confirms who the new owner will be. Filling out this form can be confusing given its different uses, but that’s what we at the National Aviation Registration Center are here for. Not only can you easily submit the form through our platform, but you can also reach out to us if you need help filling out the form at any point.
National Aviation Center
Here at the National Aviation Center, we are well aware of how important it is for you to always keep your registration in order. Because of this, we make sure to offer all the documents, applications, and forms that you might need, as well as a convenient platform for you to submit them. And, if you need to talk to someone about any process, just give us a call at 1-800-357-0893 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.