Welcome to the CAA Certificate of Airworthiness Fee Calculator for Annex II Aircraft.
Easy and quick to use, calculations are made using the latest charges, with the amount due clearly displayed.
On 10th August 2012 changes to BCAR Section A come into force. National Certificates of Airworthiness will become non expiring and will require a National Airworthiness Review Certificate valid for one year that can be extended twice or re-issued. There will be a transition period of up to three years since many National C of A’s currently in force have a duration of three years.
As a consequence of these changes, from 10th August 2012 all National C of A issues and renewals will be charged the fees as published in the April 2012 CAA Scheme of Charges for a One Year C of A issue or renewal. The aircraft will then be issued with a non-expiring C of A and a National Airworthiness review Certificate valid for one year.
The fee calculator has been revised to reflect these changes.