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List Of 5 Requirements Govt Of Kenyan Checks Before Approving A Plane To Take Off

Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) conducts required inspections to assess an aircraft's airworthiness prior to approving it for takeoff.

The inspections are essential for the safety of both passengers and crew members.

Worldwide, airworthiness certificates vary however in Kenya even people who own private aircraft are required to have a certificate from the KCAA before flying.

The KCAA requires the registration certificate airworthiness certificate, approved maintenance organization, special flight permission, and noise certificate during the process.

Registration certificate

A person is not permitted to fly an aircraft without first gaining approval from the KCAA according to the First Schedule to the Civil Aviation.

A plane operator or owner must certify that it has the necessary documentation before it can take off.

Pilots are required to carry the issued registration certificate wherever they fly just like drivers must carry their licenses issued by the National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA).

One exception is when the government signs an agreement with another nation allowing a plane to enter Kenyan airspace with the owner's approval.

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