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DECLARATIONS DEPOSITED UNDER THE PROTOCOL TO THE CONVENTION ON INTERNATIONAL INTERESTS IN MOBILE EQUIPMENT ON MATTERS SPECIFIC TO AIRCRAFT EQUIPMENT REGARDING ARTICLE XIX(1)

 

  

Albania

 

(2)   (A) Pursuant to Article XIX of the Protocol –

 

(i) the General Directorate of Civil Aviation (DGCA), acting through its Aircraft Registry, with its seat “Muhamet Gjollesha”, street (close to the park of delegations) Tirana Albania, shall be the entry point at which information required for registration in respect of airframes or helicopters pertaining to civil aircraft of the Republic of Albania or aircraft to become a civil aircraft of the Republic of Albania shall be transmitted, and in respect of aircraft engines may be transmitted, to the International Registry; and

 

(ii) the requirements of Chapter III of title “The Aircraft and the Maintenance of the Aircraft Registry”, of law no. 7877 of November 30th, “On Albanian Civil Aviation”, shall be fully complied with before such information is transmitted at the General Directorate of Civil Aviation (DGCA), to the International Registry.

 

 

(B) For purposes of the designation in subparagraph (A)(i) and the requirements in subparagraph (A)(ii), information is transmitted at the General Directorate of Civil Aviation (DGCA), in accordance with procedures established under Albania’s law.

 

 

(C) In this paragraph, the term “civil aircraft of the Republic of Albania” has the meaning given that term in article 3, point (d), of Law no.7877 of November 30th, “On Albanian Civil Aviation”. 

 

 

Brazil

 

(xi) Declaration under Article XIX, paragraph 1, providing for the designation of mandatory entry points for the transmission of information on registrations in respect of airframes and helicopter frames and optional entry points for the transmission of information on registrations in respect of aircraft engines to the International Registry.

 

A The Federative Republic of Brazil declares that:

 

(a) The National Civil Aviation Agency of the Federative Republic of Brazil, acting through the Brazilian Aeronautical Registry, shall be the entry point from which there shall be transmitted – and in the case of aircraft engines may be transmitted – to the International Registry information related to international transactions with respect to airframes pertaining to civil aircraft, helicopters or civil aircraft registered in the Federative Republic of Brazil;

 

(b) the requirements related to the Registry, established by the Brazilian laws and regulations, shall be fully complied with, prior to the transmission of any information from the Brazilian Aeronautical Registry to the International Registry.

 

 

China

 

10. According to provisions of Article XIX of the Protocol, the PRC designates the Aircraft Rights Registry under the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) as the entry point.

 

 

Mexico

 

3. For registration in respect of airframes or helicopters pertaining to aircraft of the United Mexican States or aircrafts to become a civil aircraft of the United Mexican States, the Mexican Aeronautical Record is the entry point to the International Registry, and in respect of aircraft engines, may be the entry point to said Registry.

 

 

Spain: [Official translation; original version submitted in Spanish]

 

Declaration pursuant to Article XIX of the Protocol 

 

The ‘registro de Bienes Muebles’ will be the entry point which will authorize the transmission to the International Registry of the information required for registration in respect of airframes and helicopters registered in the Kingdom of Spain or in the process of registration, and may authorize the transmission of such information to the Register in respect of aircraft engines. 

  

 

Ukraine

 

State Aviation Administration of Ukraine is designated as the entry point for information.

 

 

United Arab Emirates

 

Form No. 28 (A) (Declaration under Article XIX(1)providing for the designation of entry points for compulsory use as transmitters of registration information for airframes and helicopters, and for optional use as transmitters of registration information for aircraft engines, to the International Registry)

 

The United Arab Emirates declares that the General Civil Aviation Authority (“GCAA”), acting through its Aircraft Registry (Dubai/Abu Dhabi) and/or Ince Al Jallaf & Co.(Dubai) as published by the GCAA, shall be the entry point(s) at which information required for registration in respect of airframes or helicopters to civil aircraft of the United Arab Emirates or aircraft to become a civil aircraft of the United Arab Emirates shall be transmitted, and in respect of aircraft engines may be transmitted, to the International Registry.

 

 

United States of America

 

(A) Pursuant to Article XIX of the Protocol -

 

(i) the Federal Aviation Administration, acting through its Aircraft Registry, FAA Aeronautical Center, 6400 South MacArthur Boulevard, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73125, shall be the entry point at which information required for registration in respect of airframes or helicopters pertaining to civil aircraft of the United States or aircraft to become a civil aircraft of the United States shall be transmitted, and in respect of aircraft engines may be transmitted, to the International Registry; and

 

(ii) the requirements of chapter 441 of title 49, United States Code, and part 49 of title 14, Code of Federal Regulations, shall be fully complied with before such information is transmitted at the Federal Aviation Administration to the International Registry.

 

 

(B) For purposes of the designation in subparagraph (A) (i) and the requirements in subparagraph (A) (ii), information is transmitted at the Federal Aviation Administration in accordance with procedures established under United States law.

 

 

(C) In this paragraph, the term “civil aircraft of the United States” has the meaning given that term in section 40102(17) of title 49, United States Code.

 

 

Viet Nam

 

The Socialist Republic of Viet Nam designates the Civil Aviation administration in its territory as the entry point or entry points through which there shall be transmitted to the International Registry information required for registration other than registration of a notice of a national interest or a right or interest under Article 40 of the Convention in either case arising under the laws of another State, and other than information required for registration in respect of aircraft engines.

 

 

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