Certificate of Airworthiness. The valid certificate of airworthiness issued by the competent authorities for the aircraft or the certificate of equality issued by the competent authorities under international agreement.
Certificate of Airworthiness. Each Aircraft will for the purpose of this Agreement be deemed to be "ready for delivery" upon (a) the satisfactory completion of its acceptance tests, (b) the issuance of Certificate of Airworthiness for Export in the "Transport Category" with respect thereto by the DGAC, and (c) the Seller's compliance with the other obligations to be performed by it under Subclauses 2.3 and 9.3 hereof.
Certificate of Airworthiness. The Aircraft shall have, and be in compliance with, a legal and valid transport-category certificate of airworthiness for commercial passenger operations issued by the Aviation Authority, and shall be airworthy according to manufacturer's specifications and Aviation Authority regulations.
Certificate of Airworthiness. The Aircraft shall have, and be in compliance with, a current valid Standard Certificate of Airworthiness issued by the FAA without any corrections, repairs, modifications, alterations or overhauls having to be performed by Lessor to meet such standards and rules. If required by Lessor, Lessee shall assist Lessor to do the necessary paperwork to request in the name of Lessor or such other Person designated by the Lessor a Certificate of Airworthiness for Export so as to allow Lessor to place the Aircraft on a different aircraft registry. If any work, including engineering, is required on the Aircraft to obtain such Certificate of Airworthiness for Export, Lessee will cooperate with Lessor to do or cause to be done such work at Lessor's expense.
Certificate of Airworthiness. Promptly upon inspection by the FAA, Lessee will provide Owner Participant with a copy of a current, valid Standard Certificate of Airworthiness for the Aircraft duly issued by the FAA
Certificate of Airworthiness. The aircraft is required to carry a certificate of airworthiness issued in compliance with under Article 31 of the Chicago Convention (superseding Article 11 of the Paris Convention). It is the responsibility of the aviation authority where the aircraft will be registered during the term to inspect the aircraft and to issue the certificate of airworthiness (except in the case of an Article 83 bis delegation, as to which, see 3.15.8 infra).