Aerodromes that are within the EASA scope will be required to follow this process. More information can be found on
the CAA EASA Aerodromes
Please refer to the CAA Scheme of Charges: Scheme
The certification process will
take a minimum of 60 days from the date on which the aerodrome manual is agreed
with the CAA.
It is important that applicants
submit the required paperwork sufficiently early to allow for detailed
consideration of the application, and for inspection of the site. The CAA
cannot undertake to reach a certification decision within a particular time
scale or to meet a commercial deadline of the applicant.
An aerodrome certificate will be issued without an expiry date. The certificate will remain in force until it
is varied, suspended or revoked.
Please refer to the main CAA EASA Aerodromes
When completed the following documentation should be submitted to the CAA (click on links to download the .docx
Once all appropriate documentation has been completed, please submit in electronic format to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read all @UK_CAA
Only use approved commercial drone users or you could be out of pocket – warns CAA
24 May, 2018
Airspace change process for Glasgow Airport
4 April, 2018
Thousands more airline passengers are now receiving compensation thanks to Alternative Dispute Resolution
27 December, 2017
Read all News
International women in engineering day
22 June, 2017
Mandatory occurrence reporting
7 December, 2016
Guidance for flying drones
17 May, 2016
Read All Blogs