Every aircraft owner in the United States knows that, before operating their plane, they’ll need to register it with the Federal Aviation Administration. This means going through the plane initial registration process, which can seem confusing at first. Let’s go over it for clarity’s sake.
What You’ll Need
So, contrary to popular belief, you don’t need much to register your aircraft. In terms of documents, for example, you’ll just need your proof of ownership, which usually comes in the form of a bill of sale. Other than that, the process will mostly involve providing information about the aircraft, such as its manufacturing data and a description of its important attributes. You will also need to keep at hand some information about yourself (or the owner, in case you’re acting on their behalf). Now, this will mostly involve the owner’s contact information so that they can be reached out to in case of any issues with their aircraft arising at some point. This way, you will be able to register your aircraft to your name.
What to Do With it
Now that you know what information and documents you will have to provide, it will be time for you to fill out the corresponding form. Now, you can go to the Federal Aviation Administration’s website and print out the form to fill out by hand, or you can use our own system. Here on the National Aviation Center website, you will be able to find the initial registration form and fill it out digitally for your own convenience. Not only that, but should you need any help with the process at some point, you will be able to count on our team to help you accordingly. Just reach out to us should any doubts arise and we’ll do our best to help out.
Where to Send it
Having filled out the form, the question will be where to send it. Once again, you can submit it directly to the Federal Aviation Administration, but this can prove to be more complicated than it should be. Not only that, but you might also end up having to deal with delays and rejections if there are problems with the information provided. Meanwhile, if you submit the forms through our platform, our processing service will make sure the information is all accurate before passing it along to the relevant agencies. When you trust the National Aviation Center with your initial registration application, you won’t have to worry about issues in the process.
Get Your Plane Initial Registration
Submitting forms to government agencies always ends up being more complicated than it should be. Between all the requirements and the complicated forms, it’s surprising anyone ever gets any form processed promptly at all. Because of this, it’s important to find easy and convenient ways to fill out and submit forms that don’t involve dealing directly with the government. That is why we at the National Aviation Center make it easier for you to find and submit all your forms, including the one for your initial aircraft registration. Should you need any help, you can use our website chat, fill out our contact form, or give us a call at 1-800-357-0893 and we’ll answer your questions in no time.