Federal Aviation Administration

How to Get on the Good Side of the Federal Aviation Administration

The penalties for flying without the proper aircraft certification are harsh. They could come in the form of thousands of dollars in fines or worse. This isn’t one of those things where you can potentially “get away with it for a while,” like going five miles an hour or so above the speed limit on an empty highway or something. These are serious violations, with serious penalties and consequences. It’s never worth it to fly without being in compliance with the Federal Aviation Administration. It just isn’t. Fortunately, there’s an easy way to get into compliance and stay that way: our site.

Federal Aviation Administration Aircraft Registration

If you go to our site, you’ll find the phrase “Initial Registration” on the left. It’s six down from the top. You can click on that and come to the page where you fill in the necessary information. If you notice, it’s not exactly dozens of pages of essays or something that you have to fill out. It’s very basic, matter of fact information. On top of that, we actually put asterisks next to the stuff that you absolutely have to fill in. So, there’s no excuse not to be in compliance. We do everything we can to make it easier for anyone to get into compliance with FAA registration.

Honesty is the Best Policy

That’s true in just about everything in life, but it’s certainly true in aircraft registration. At the top of our Initial Registration page and many others, you’ll see that we’ve written out “a false or dishonest answer to any questions in this application may be grounds for punishment by fine and/or imprisonment,” and then we cite the specific part of the law which states that. Again, we didn’t write that down lightly. Writing the truth, the whole truth, without any exaggeration or lying is the right thing to do when filling out all of these forms.

Federal Aviation Administration

Checking the Little Mistakes

That being said, no one’s getting arrested for typos or anything like that. If you’ve written in the wrong number by accident or something, no one is coming to give you legal trouble. However, that might keep your form from being accepted by the FAA, causing you to have to go through the entire process all over again. We don’t want that to happen. We want you to be in compliance with the Federal Aviation Administration as quickly as possible, so that you can get back into the sky.  That’s where our aircraft document processors come in.

National Aviation Center Document Processors

Our document processors go over your forms, making sure that there aren’t any errors. If there are major ones or something that we don’t understand, we’ll get in touch with you to so that it can be fixed. If there are small typos or something, we can fix those before they go to the FAA. We see it as one more way that we’re looking out for you. For more, call us at (800) 357-0893.