As all these forms need to be signed they cannot be directly submitted online. They must be printed and signed, but
may subsequently be scanned and emailed to the CAA or returned by fax.
If all the relevant information has been submitted as scanned documents there is no requirement to send in hard copy
To return by email, please send to email@example.com.
If you are submitting forms via email the payment form CA02 must be
submitted at the time.
If you are submitting forms in hard copy please send them to the Aircraft Registration Section.
The charges are formally detailed in the Official Record Series
5 (Aircraft Registration, ‘E’ Conditions Declarations, Registration of Aircraft Mortgages and Aircraft Dealer Certification) .
For details of the CAA policy on refunds, please see the Refund Policy.
Charges depend on the maximum take-off weight of the aircraft that is the subject of the mortgage. To verify the
weight of a particular aircraft please see the G-INFO UK Register database.
If one mortgage covers several aircraft, the fee payable is as shown above for the heaviest aircraft, plus £180 for
each additional aircraft. This is based on all the aircraft mortgages being submitted at the same time.
of Aircraft Mortgage form, see Mortgage Entry for further details.
Charges depend on the maximum take-off weight of the aircraft that is the subject of the proposed mortgage. To
verify the weight of a particular aircraft please see the G-INFO UK Register
of Priority Notice form, see Priority Notice for further details.
There is no charge for a Discharge of Registered Mortgage.
Discharge of Registered Mortgage form, see Discharge of Aircraft Mortgage for further details.
The charge for a change in the particulars of the mortgage is £37 per mortgage.
in Particulars form, see Change in Particulars for further details.
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