Information for Aircraft Owners and Operators
All EASA aircraft registered in the UK and operating on an EASA Certificate of Airworthiness (CofA) are issued with a non-expiring CofA supported by an Airworthiness Review Certificate (ARC).
ARCs are valid for 12 months. Before your ARC expires, you need to ensure that a new ARC is issued or if the appropriate requirements are met that the current ARC is extended in order to allow flight to continue legally.
Large Aircraft Not Used for Commercial Air Transport (Over 5700 kg)
If your aircraft has a MTWA of 5700 kg or more or is a multi-engined helicopter, you must do the following in order to ensure flights may continue legally.