Sec. 129.13 — Airworthiness and registration certificates.
(a) Except as provided in §129.28(b) of this part, no foreign air carrier may operate any aircraft within the United States unless that aircraft carries current registration and airworthiness certificates issued or validated by the country of registry and displays the nationality and registration markings of that country.
(b) No foreign air carrier may operate a foreign aircraft within the United States except in accordance with the limitations on maximum certificated weights prescribed for that aircraft and that operation by the country of manufacture of the aircraft.
[Docket No. 1994, 29 FR 1720, Feb. 5, 1964, as amended byAmdt. 129–33, 67 FR 42455, June 21, 2002]
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