Documents to be Carried

Article 84 of the Air Navigation (Isle of Man) Order 2015 as amended, requires an aircraft registered in the Isle of Man to carry when in flight, documents in accordance with Schedule 7, (unless the flights in intended to begin and end at the same aerodrome and does not include passage over the territory of a country other than the Isle of Man, in which case the documents may be kept at the aerodrome instead of being carried on the aircraft).

 

Large and Turbojet Aircraft

All other Aircraft (when operating outside of the IOM and UK)

Radio licence Yes, required onboard Yes, required onboard
Certificate of Airworthiness Yes, required onboard Yes, required onboard
Flight Crew License, including the IOMAR Validation Yes, required onboard Yes, required onboard
Certificate of Registration Yes, required onboard Yes, required onboard
Notified procedures to be followed by the pilot in command of an intercepted aircraft, and the notified visual signals for use by intercepting and intercepted aircraft Yes, required onboard Yes, required onboard
A Permission issued by the IOMAR (if applicable) Yes, required onboard Yes, required onboard
Passenger and Cargo Manifest (Article 14) Yes, required onboard Yes, required onboard
Journey Log (Article 52A) Yes, required onboard Yes, required onboard
Company Operations Manual, including the approved Minimum Equipment List (Article 99B & 99M) Yes, required onboard No, not required to be onboard
Checklists (Article 99C) Yes, required onboard No, not required to be onboard

Note: a Large and Turbojet Aircraft has: -

(a) a maximum total mass authorised exceeding 5,700 kg; OR

(b) one or more turbojet engines; OR

(c) a seating configuration of more than 9 passenger seats.