British Civil Airworthiness Requirements (BCAR) have changed so that the process for National Certificates of
Airworthiness (CofA) is aligned with that of EASA CofA and Airworthiness Review Certificates (ARC’s).
Organisations can maintain / manage aircraft excluded from European Council Regulation (EC) 216/2008, as amended,
including aircraft listed in Annex II (commonly referred to Non-EASA aircraft) and recommend the issue of non-expiring
National Certificates of Airworthiness and National Airworthiness Review Certificates for these aircraft types.
The recommendation for the initial issue of a National ARC may only be made by an appropriately approved BCAR CAMO
(A8-25) or an M3 (A8-15) organisation that holds appropriate privilege for this purpose.
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