An extended Range Twin Operations approval (ETOPS) permits twin-engined aeroplanes to operate over a route that
contains a point further than one hour flying time at the approved one-engine inoperative cruise speed. This is
applicable to flights under standard conditions in still air from an adequate aerodrome.
In order to be granted an ETOPS approval you need:
Fill in form SRG 1814 and send to the Flight
Operations Policy Department.
Details of costs can be found in the CAA Scheme of Charges - Air Operator and Police Air Operator Certificates. Applicants should also inform
their assigned Flight Operations Inspector.
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