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In International Air Transport, the Crew Member Certificate (CMC) is used by a crew member for identification purposes...
  • A
    and is only valid when shown with a passport.
  • B
    at his/her homebase aerodrome only.
  • C
    leaving the crew licence to serve its primary purpose of attesting to the professional qualifications of the flight crew member.
  • D
    and is only valid when shown with the appropriate crew licence.

ICAO Annex 9
Chapter 3. Entry and Departure of Persons and their Baggage
N. Identification and entry of crew and other aircraft operators’ personnel

3.63 Contracting States shall establish measures, with the cooperation of aircraft operators and airport operators, to expedite the inspection of crew members and their baggage, as required at departure and upon arrival.

3.64 Contracting States shall facilitate and expedite the process under which aircraft operators based in their territories can apply for Crew Member Certificates (CMCs) for their crew members.

Note.— The CMC was developed as a card for use for identification purposes by crew members, leaving the crew licences to serve their primary purpose of attesting to the professional qualifications of the flight crew members.

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