Angelina Jolie has been banned from flying her private plane after its registration was not renewed in time.
The NY Post reports: "According to Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) documents, the 38-year-old movie star did not file a new airworthiness certificate for her $360,000 red-and-white Cirrus SR-22 before the current certificate expired 30 June."
According to Fox News, a renewal application was filed by Jolie's team but did not arrive on time.
The agency reportedly sent a letter to the actress' Chivan Productions at the beginning of September indicating the registration would not be renewed.
But Page Six adds: "Despite this, flight records allegedly show the plane was flown in Montana in October. The documents don't indicate who piloted it, but show it was flown without a valid certificate."
The Belfast Telegraph reports that Angelina was inspired to get her pilot's license by her eldest son, Maddox.
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