Application and guidance information regarding the BCAR Approval of Organisations located in the UK
A national approval, British Civil Airworthiness Requirements (BCAR), are issued under the Air Navigation Order and cover design, manufacture, certification, maintenance, continuing airworthiness management and flight testing of aircraft excluded from European Council Regulation (EC) 216/2008, as amended, including those aircraft listed in Annex II (commonly referred to Non-EASA aircraft).
Organisations or individuals wishing to carry out design, manufacture, certification, maintenance, continuing airworthiness management and flight testing of national aircraft.
CAA Applications and Approvals should be advised in writing. Please state the effective date of the cancellation. The Approval Certificates must be returned. The CAA will send you a letter to formally cancel the approval.
For the cancellation of items listed on the terms of approval, CAA Applications and Approvals should be advised in writing.
In cases where an approval certificate has been lost or damaged and a replacement is required, a request for a replacement must be submitted in writing to CAA Applications and Approvals. A document change fee will apply in accordance with the current CAA Scheme of Charges.