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Application guidance

Description


Commission RegulationĀ (EU) 748/2012 Subpart P allows for the issue of a Permit to Fly to an EASA aircraft when the Certificate of Airworthiness (CofA) is temporarily invalid or when an aircraft is unable to comply with the regulations set for the issue of a CofA but is still capable of safe flight under defined conditions.

An EASA Permit to Fly is valid in all EU Member States, however, national operational, airspace access and use requirements remain applicable.

There are four separate elements that may be required as part of the process that leads to the issue of an EASA Permit to Fly:

  • The application for approval of Flight Conditions
  • The application for a Permit to Fly
  • The approval of the Flight Conditions
  • The issue of the EASA Permit to Fly

The temporary EASA Permit to Fly may be issued for flights when the EASA Certificate of Airworthiness (Form 25) or Restricted C of A (Form 24) is temporarily invalid or when the aircraft is unable to comply with the regulations set for the issue of a Certificate of Airworthiness but is still capable of safe flight under defined conditions.

An EASA Permit to Fly is valid in all EU Member States. However, national operational airspace access and use requirements remain applicable.

Pre-Requisites


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Cost


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Processing time (On receipt of all required information)


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Validity period


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Associated Rules, Regulations and Forms


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You will need to provide


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How to apply


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What to expect


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Contact us


apply@caa.co.uk

Applications and Approvals
Civil Aviation Authority
Aviation House
Gatwick Airport South
West Sussex
RH6 0YR

Telephone: 01293 768374 (open 08:30 to 17:00)