An aircraft can be de-registered by request of the registered owner. All registered rights in the Swedish Register of Rights in Civil Aircraft must be removed or cancelled. De-registration can for example be done if the aircraft has been sold abroad or has been involved in an accident.
The following documents are needed for de-registration:
- Ansökan om avregistrering (L 1684) (Application for de-registration, Swedish only), original document
- Certificate of Registration, original document
We will also need the following documents of authority for:
Certificate of registration from the Swedish Companies Registration Office, showing authorised signatories for the company. This document needs to be an original document or a certified true copy, and no older than 6 months.
For foreign companies a document is required which is equivalent to the certificate of registration from Swedish Companies Registration Office, or authentic documents where the country's notary public confirms the existence and authorised signatories of the company that. This document needs to be an original document and can be no older than 6 months.
- Extract from minutes showing authorised signatories of the club. This document needs to be an original document or a certified true copy and can be no older than 12 months.
- Statutes (required if the flying club has just been formed or if the statutes have been updated).
Radio transmitter license
When de-registering the aircraft you also need to contact the Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (PTS), as the aircraft's license for radio transmitter needs to be revoked by them. Application form and more information on how to contact them can be found on their website; The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (PTS)