Special Flight Permit


A special flight permit is a document from the FAA that allows a pilot to fly an aircraft that is legally unairworthy yet is in a safe condition. Special flight permits are often called "ferry permits" because they are often used to ferry an aircraft to a location where a repair can be made. The complete list for situations that would make use of a special flight permit is found in 14 CFR 91.217.


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