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Following the introduction of Annex Vc (Part CAMO) under regulation (EU) 2019/1383, regulation (EU) 1321/2014 now details the rules for continuing airworthiness management organisations which are subject to EASA regulation.
Annex Vc (Part CAMO) of this regulation concerns the continuing airworthiness management for organisations relating to all types of aircraft of EASA aircraft but is a mandatory requirement for the management of Complex Motor Powered Aircraft (CMPA), and/or aircraft used by a licensed air carrier.
A Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation with their principal place of business located in the UK, that wishes to carry out the management of continuing airworthiness of EASA aircraft.
Organisations with their principal place of business located in the UK, including the Channel Islands may apply.
All other applicants should apply directly to EASA.
See the Official Record Series 5, CAA Scheme of Charges (Airworthiness, Noise Certification and Aircraft and Aircraft Engine Emissions)In the event of a discrepancy between the information here and the Official Record Series 5, CAA Scheme of Charges (Airworthiness, Noise Certification and Aircraft and Aircraft Engine Emissions), the Scheme of Charges takes precedence.
The organisation’s certificate shall remain valid subject to compliance with all of the following conditions:
For air carriers licensed in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1008/2008, termination, suspension or revocation of the air operator certificate automatically invalidates the organisation certificate in relation to the aircraft registrations specified in the air operator certificate, unless otherwise explicitly stated by the competent authority.
Once granted, an approval requires a recommendation for continuation every 24 months (unless otherwise agreed) from the date of issue. This is raised by the CAA Surveyor following a satisfactory audit programme.
Your application should be sent to our Flight Operations department in the first instance.
Applicants for an initial certificate, transitioning from an Annex I (Part M) Sub-Part G approval shall provide the competent authority with:
Applications made in association with an Air Operator Certificate (AOC) should be submitted to Flight Operations in the first instance.
Guidance on AOC applications.
Applicants for an initial certificate, transitioning from an Annex I (Part M) Sub-Part G approval can apply using the online application form.
Once any audit findings relating to the application have been closed the Airworthiness Surveyor will submit a recommendation to A & A for the issue of the approval.
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