Important Information

FAA registrations now expire regularly

In case you need to become more familiar with this, the registration for your airplane expires after a certain length of time. You may think that registration is not essential if your aircraft is on display at a museum or  in storage awaiting a rebuild. Remember, if you don’t renew that registration, your assigned “N” number can be put back on the “Available” list, and it can be issued to another airplane. Not only can it be given to another aircraft, but the airplane file kept in Oklahoma City might go to the archive, and these archived files are often had to get. So, keep the registration current even if you don’t have immediate plans to fly. You must keep the registration up to date. If you are having a problem keeping current on registration or have registration questions, drop me a line at