BCAR A6-1 and EASA Part M Subpart C refer to the need for owners and operators to ensure their aircraft are
maintained to an approved maintenance programme to ensure the continuing airworthiness of those aircraft.
This application process is applicable to:
Applicants will need to prepare and provide the documents and information listed under the ‘How to apply’ section
The cost for making an application directly to the CAA for the approval of an aircraft maintenance schedule or
programme which is based on or different to the aircraft manufacturer's recommended schedule or programme is:
No charge applies if the application is supported by an organisation holding a BCAR A8-25 approval or a UK CAA
issued Part M Subpart G.
In the case of any discrepancies, the Official Record Series 5, CAA Scheme of Charges (Airworthiness, Noise Certification and Aircraft and
Aircraft Engine Emissions) will be applied.
How to make an initial / amendment / temporary amendment application for a maintenance programme approval, (including both direct and indirect approvals).
Applications for the approval of a maintenance programme submitted by a non-CAA approved CAMO should be submitted to email@example.com.
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