EASA Air Operations Regulation (EU) No 965/2012 Part-NCC applies to non-commercial flights in complex motor-powered aircraft.
EASA Part-NCC requires each operator to follow the same essential requirements as commercial air transport operators but the rules are proportionate – instead of holding an AOC, UK based operators must submit a declaration to us about their operation – regardless of where the aircraft is registered. The declaration will help us to establish and maintain the required oversight programme for Part-NCC aircraft. All affected operators must follow the new rules from 25 August 2016.
In this short video below, James Scott, Postholder Flight Operations / Crew Training, explains more about Part-NCC and how we can help you gain and maintain approval.
If you fly complex motor powered non-commercial aircraft then yes your are affected.
The definition is an aircraft:
a tilt rotor aircraft.
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