FAA refuses to renew Angelina Jolie's flying certification due to late paperwork

By Gina DiFalco,

The Federal Aviation Administration has grounded Angelina Jolie’s plane after she failed to submit the paperwork to recertify it on time. Jolie owns a $360,000 Cirrus SR-22, which is among the fastest planes available.

The actress and mother of six’s current certificate expired on June 30, according to FAA documents. Her team did send a renewal application to the FAA but it didn’t get there in time.

According to Page Six, the FAA sent a letter to the In the Land of Blood and Honey director’s Chivan Productions, letting her know her certificate couldn’t be renewed because of the tardiness of the application.

Despite its failure to get recertified, it was flown illegally in October. Records show the plane was used in Montana, although it isn’t clear if it was Jolie flying it or someone else.

Huffington Post notes the mom of Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh and twins, Vivienne and Knox, has had her pilot’s license for five years.

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