Registered owners of aircraft must tell the CAA about any changes to their details.
If you have changed address, please let us know immediately by letter, fax or e-mail, so that the Register can be
updated. Please also tell us about any changes to other contact details such as email, telephone or fax numbers.
We do not insist that you use your private residential address but do recommend that you use the most appropriate
address for the distribution of safety related material.
Tell us about a change of address
We also require the original Certificate of Registration to be returned to this office for amendment to the new
There is no charge for the re-issue of a Certificate of Registration for an address change.
If the original Certificate has been lost, destroyed, or is not available for any reason, please notify us using the
Address Change Form and we will then issue a new Certificate.
A fee is payable for replacement Certificates. See our forms and fees page for the current fee.
Please let us know if the aircraft is being used abroad. The amended Certificate of Registration can then be issued
prior to the return of the existing one.
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