You can get a Certificate of Airworthiness for National (Annex II) and EASA aircraft that meet the certification
To find out which aircraft may be eligible for an EASA C of A, visit the EASA website.
To find out which aircraft may be eligible for a National C of A, see CAP 747. State Aircraft (e.g. police, Search
and Rescue) are only eligible for a National C of A according to EC regulation 216/2008, Article 1 para 2.
Certificate of Airworthiness (C of A) Issue refers to the validation of an aircraft’s first C of A.
A C of A Subsequent Issue is applicable when:
Some will require a C of A. Applications are dealt with by contacting UAVenquiries@caa.co.uk.
Although it is mandatory to comply with the Rules of the Air, hang gliders, foot launched power gliders, paragliders
and registered single seat microlights (SSDRs below 300kg) are not required to hold a C of A or Permit to Fly.
Privately operated non-EASA balloons are not eligible for a C of A under ANO Article 16. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you require further guidance.
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