Foreign Carriers - Scheduled or Charter Operating Permit - Article 223 of the Air Navigation Order 2009
Information or documents that will be required to be submitted in support of an application:
The CAA will also require the above documents in regard to any foreign registered aircraft leased from another carrier, either with or without crew, which the applicant carrier proposes to use on services to the UK. The department will also require the following additional information:
The setting of policy and negotiation of traffic rights is undertaken by the Department for Transport. Before granting an operating permit for scheduled flights, the CAA ensures that the services are undertaken in accordance with the traffic rights and conditions provided under the air service arrangements the UK has negotiated with the state where the airline is registered.
In the case of non-scheduled (charter) flights the UK seeks reciprocity to ensure that UK airlines are allowed similar opportunities from foreign authorities.
If you have any queries in relation to the application of an air service agreements or designation under such an agreement then you should contact the Department for Transport.
Telephone: +44 (0) 207 944 5812
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In addition, any airline operating aircraft with a maximum take-off weight of 10,000kgs or more in the United Kingdom must also have a security direction (known as the Single Consolidated Direction (Aviation) 2010) served on them and so applicants applying for a permit that involves such an operation should also contact AviationSecurityEnquiries@caa.gsi.gov.uk
Further information is available at gov.uk.