The CAA presently offers an informal out-of-hours service, via the use of an out-of-hours contact number. This is in place to assist AOC Operators when an urgent operational need requires access to the CAA. January 2013 Page 5 Where an AOC Operator requests a Permit to Fly, to enable an aircraft to fly without a valid
Certificate of Airworthiness, or Certificate of Validity being in place, and this is issued outside of normal working hours.
For these services, application should be made in the first instance by email to
firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss specific requirements.
Standard turnaround for these products is five working days.
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