Did you lose your aircraft registration by way of expiration or deletion? Do you need it back up? Here’s everything you need to do in order to reregister airplane documentation without any trouble.
All aircraft owners in the United States are well aware of the need to register your aircraft with the Federal Aviation administration in order to operate it in the American airspace and airports. This process is fairly straightforward, but it can get complicated when, for some reason or another, you lose your registration. This can happen incidentally, such as when it expires on you before you can renew it, but it can also happen on purpose when you delete it from the registry. Let’s take a look at both these scenarios so that you know how to reregister airplane documentation in your own specific situation. If you still have any questions after reading the article, feel free to reach out to us with your doubts.
Your Registration Expired
Whether your registration expired a day or a month ago, you will have to reregister it. This is fairly similar to the renewal process save for the fact that it’s slightly more expensive in terms of the application fee. Other than that, however, you will find that it will be essentially the same process with a different name. You will also have to fill out identifying information about the aircraft, as well as some basic information about the owner. Having filled out this re-registration form, which you will find here on our platform, it will only be a matter of time before your registration is back up and you’re able to fly again with no issue whatsoever.
Your Registration Was Deleted
There are many reasons why you would have deleted your aircraft registration from the Civil Aviation Agency’s registry. Perhaps, you were grounding the aircraft for an indefinite time period and there was no reason to maintain its registration going. Maybe you were moving abroad and would need to delete the registration in order to register it at a different government agency. Either way, you will have to reregister airplane documentation if you wish to operate your aircraft while based in the United States again. In such a case, you will have to file for reinstatement with the Federal Aviation Administration. Here at the National Aviation Center, you will not only find the corresponding reinstatement form, but you will also be able to submit it directly to the FAA without issue.
Submit Reregistration Airplane
Aircraft documentation, due to all the requirements of the Federal Aviation Administration, can be confusing to navigate for a lot of people. However, it doesn’t have to be that challenging when you have the help of the National Aviation Center. Our platform is set up for you to not only find all the forms you might need, but also fill them out and submit them directly to the FAA. On top of that, you can also count on our team to help you through your application process. If you have any doubts or questions, you can reach out to us by way of our contact page. The National Aviation Center is here to help you.