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All Part 21 aircraft types that qualify for an Part 21 Certificate of Airworthiness (C of A) are issued with a
non-expiring C of A, which is validated annually with an Airworthiness Review Certificate (ARC).
This annual validation occurs when a new ARC is issued or the validity of a current ARC is extended.
Note: ARC privileges and an ARC Online login is provided to your UK, CAA-approved organisation
once a Part M Subpart G, Part M Subpart F or Part 145 initial approval or variation is completed and the approval
certificate is issued.
Please refer to the following two flow charts for guidance on which type of application to make:
CAMO - Part M Subpart G with ARC Privileges (PDF)
- Part M Subpart G without ARC Privileges (approved for extension only) (PDF)
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