Beagle Pup can move to EASA Permit to Fly

Beagle Pup

The owners of Beagle Pup aircraft used purely for private purposes are to be offered the opportunity to move their aircraft to EASA Permits to Fly. It will allow more freedom for owners to manage the continued airworthiness of their aircraft, in conjunction with the Light Aircraft Association (LAA).

The initiative gives Pup owners greater parity with owners of Annex II CAA/ LAA Permit Bulldog aircraft and offers rules more in keeping with an aircraft that is long out of production.

The Beagle Pup is a 1960s British all-metal single-engine aircraft built by Beagle Aircraft at Shoreham Airport and Rearsby Aerodrome. The Pup was designed as two-seat aerobatic aircraft or a four-seat touring aircraft. [Photo above: Alec Wilson]

“We feel this is really good news and look forward to welcoming Pup owners into the LAA fold this season,” said Francis Donaldson, Chief Engineer of the Light Aircraft Association. “We are presently working up the procedures and forms to take advantage of this change in EASA policy. We suggest Pup owners keep an eye on the LAA website in coming weeks for further advice.”

Light Aircraft Association
EASA FAQ: How to move an orphan aircraft from a Restricted Certificate of Airworthiness (RCoA) to an EASA Permit to Fly
Beagle Pup and Bulldog Club


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