Whether you’re looking to get your first time FAA aircraft certification, renew it, reinstate it, or update it, the National Aviation Center will be your one-stop shop for all this and even more.
FAA Aircraft Certification
In order to operate your aircraft here in the United States, you need to have it registered with the Civil Aviation Agency of the Federal Aviation Administration. This is a fairly straightforward process, but not one that a lot of people are aware of prior to purchasing their aircraft. In the interest of helping out with this, we’ve established the National Aviation Center in order to help prospective and current aircraft owners to properly get their documentation. Here you will find a brief guide on how to file for your FAA aircraft certification, as well as the platform through which you can fill it out and submit it without issue.
Getting Your Aircraft Registration
So, what do you need in order to file for your Federal Aviation Administration aircraft certification? It’s actually not that complicated, but it does require some attention to detail. You need, for one, the bill of sale that you received from the manufacturer or retailer when you purchased the airplane. You also need all the identifying information from the aircraft as well as yourself as the owner. This will all be asked of you as part of the form, which will ensure that the aircraft is properly registered to your name and that you are able to claim it as yours and operate it accordingly going forward. You can fill it out and submit it through our website without any trouble.
Keep Your Registration Up to Date
Once you have your registration in order, you will need to make sure that it remains valid and up to date for as long as you plan to use it. This mostly means two things. One, you have to renew your registration before it expires, the date of which will depend on how long you got it for at first. You can do this with the renewal form here on our website. However, you need to keep in mind that this only works before the expiration date, and that if your registration expired then you will need to file for reinstatement. Two, if your contact information changes at some point, then you have to file a form in order to update it. All of this, you can do right here on our platform.
File All Your Forms to the FAA
At the National Aviation Center, we are well aware of two things: one, that you most likely want your aircraft ownership to be as smooth as your flying, and two, that you don’t want to have to deal with complicated forms and applications in order to do so. To make sure you’re covered on both ends, we have established the ideal platform for all your aircraft documentation needs. This way, you don’t have to worry about the complex aspects of your ownership while enjoying all the best ones. And remember that, should you ever need help during this process, you are always welcome to reach out to our team with any questions you might have.