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Will the FAA notify owners when it is time to renew registration?



Six months before an aircraft registration expires, the FAA will mail a reminder to the address that they have on record for the aircraft. A month later, a second notice will be sent. A final notice comes only after the registration actually expires. It is important that you never reach this final notice because at that point the aircraft is not legal to fly and will have its registration cancelled if it is not registered within 60 days after expiring.

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