That the owner or operator of the aircraft has a well-known compliance and safety record of the office. NOTE: If the primary operator is either a foreign carrier that does not have OpSpecs authorizing it to travel to the United States, or a foreign carrier from a Category 2 International Aviation Safety Assessment (IASA) program in which the exchange agreement takes effect after the demotion, the connecting point for U.S. operations must be made outside the United States. If the operating status of a foreign airline participating in an existing trade agreement is downgraded from IASA 1 to Category 2 of the IASA, no new points of correspondence are added in the United States, while the state remains in Category 2 of the IASA. Traditionally, Brazilian operators are prohibited from operating aircraft registered in other countries. As a result, the first exchange agreements concluded in the country concerned aircraft registered in Brazil. The RAB recently authorised the registration of foreign-registered air transport aircraft exchange contracts, provided it is a Brazilian operator. The bill also provides that foreign aircraft exchanged with Brazilian airlines will be subject to a technical inspection carried out by the ANAC, although they retain their original (foreign) registration signs. It also provides that an exchange agreement between a Brazilian airline must be registered as part of the RAB registration, even if the exchanged aircraft is a foreign aircraft. This provision will fill the void mentioned in the 2013 regulations.

NOTE: Foreign airlines/U.S. certificate holders are not permitted to conduct transactions under other trade agreements not included in OpSpec A029. Who chooses to assign crew members and aircraft; Accept flight requests and to initiate, insure and stop flights? The main obstacle to trade agreements was first of all the reluctance of the civil aviation authorities to allow their operators to use foreign-registered aircraft. Due to the extremely short duration of each exchange, it is not practical to change the national record of an aircraft. In an exchange agreement, the registration of the interchangeable aircraft remains unchanged, even if the interchange and exchanges come from different countries. Both the Interchangor and the exchange have separate air carrier certificates in their respective countries. Flights under an exchange agreement may be subject to a federal consumption tax (FET). For information on this tax, members should access the NBAA web resource on IRS commercial transportation taxes for Part 91 flights. NOTE: Clause 91.23 applies only to large U.S.-registered aircraft. Before departure, who will ensure that the flight, the aircraft and the crew follow the rules? The transportation of public servants, employees, guests and property of a company in an aircraft operated under a time-sharing, exchange or co-ownership agreement. NOTE: The connecting point for foreign airlines or foreign persons operating exclusively outside the United States must travel outside the United States; They will not be exposed to OpSpec A029. Exchange is a very narrow regulation that is useful for two (or more) companies, each owning an aircraft, to exchange time.

Time replacement must be done every hour, but an hourly fee may be levied for the difference in operating costs between aircraft. In 2016, certain articles of the aviation code were amended and one of the amendments stipulates that aircraft operated by Brazilian airlines, regardless of the registration of the aircraft, must be operated by Brazilian persons with the specific authorizations issued by the ANAC.