EASA Aircraft

Information regarding the Approval of Modifications and Repairs for EASA regulated aircraft

Modifications and repairs approved by EU Member States before 29th September 2003 may be installed onto a UK registered aircraft without the need to seek further approval. However, evidence of prior approval by a National Aviation Authority is required.

For later modifications, evidence of approval by EASA must be obtained in order to allow the aircraft to be released to service.


Applying for the Approval of a Minor Modification or Repair

EASA Form 32 should be sent directly to EASA. A detailed description of the modification/ repair should accompany the application.

Payment will be required in accordance with the current Fees and Charges Regulation, details of which will be advised by EASA on receipt of the application.


Applying for the Approval of a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC)

EASA Form 33 should be sent directly to EASA. A detailed description of the modification/ repair should accompany the application.

Payment will be required in accordance with the current Fees and Charges Regulation, details of which will be advised by EASA on receipt of the application.


Further Information

EASA Approval of Minor Modifcations

Further information should be sought from EASA and is available on their website.