It is in your best interests as mortgagee to register an aircraft mortgage. The mortgage entry must be sent to the
CAA along with copies of documents relating to the mortgage (listed below).
The registration process is subject to a fee, specified in Forms and Fees.
Once printed and signed all documentation can be submitted as a scanned document via email to email@example.com. If all the relevant information has been submitted as
scanned documents there is no requirement to send in hard copy originals.
Once a mortgage entry is entered on the UK Register of Aircraft Mortgages, Aircraft Registration will inform all
parties concerned with the mortgage in writing in accordance with our Service Standards.
To register an aircraft mortgage, you will need to do four things:
Details of new aircraft mortgages are submitted to the CAA using form CA1577 Entry of Aircraft Mortgages.
Please note: as form CA1577 needs to be signed it cannot be directly submitted online. It must be printed and
signed, but may subsequently be scanned and emailed to the CAA or returned by fax.
Details provided on this form should replicate exactly the details given on the mortgage deed.
Form CA1577 must be accompanied by a certified copy of the mortgage deed.
If you are submitting the certified copy as a scanned document please ensure that the copy of the mortgage is
certified before it is scanned. Please also confirm in the text of the email that the accompanying mortgage is a true
You will need to send debit/credit card payment details using CA2 Entry
of Aircraft Mortgages.
If we do not receive the fee with the application then we will be unable to process it.
We need comprehensive contact information for all parties involved in a mortgage. We may need to make contact
regarding the mortgage many years after it is first registered, and over time, agents, companies and aircraft
portfolios change. This information will enable us to reach the right person with minimal delay.
Additional information required, for each of the mortgagee, mortgagor, and agents:
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