An exemption under Article 14(4) permits flight in the EU member airspace in case of urgency or an unforeseen situation.
The aircraft owner, maintenance organisation, continuing airworthiness management organisation (BCAR CAMO) or any
individual authorised to act on the aircraft owner’s behalf.
If you’re an individual you can apply as long as your aircraft is registered in the UK.
If you’re an organisation you need to have a UK CAA approval for exemption requests against
For further information about cost, please see the Scheme of Charges.
As long as you give us all the required information, you should be issued your exemption in 10 working days after we
Validity is assessed on a case by case basis .
If you need an exemption for a fleet of aircraft we need you to tell us the aircraft type.
If you are applying for a repeat exemption, you need to provide your previous exemption number.
Complete and submit your application form. You will need one form for each exemption request.
Once you've paid and submitted your form, your application will be passed for assessment.
At this stage, you may be contacted for further supporting information.
If you are granted the exemption, you will receive a letter and exemption approval.
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