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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.
Organisations approved to Part CAMO can
additionally be approved to make recommendations to a competent authority that
an Airworthiness Review Certificate (EASA Form 15a) may be issued or in
certain cases issue and extend an Airworthiness Review Certificate
(EASA Form 15b) under the terms of their approval.
Part CAMO organisations holding the Airworthiness
Review privilege may also be approved to issue Permits to Fly in accordance
with Part 21 Subpart P when the aircraft is in conformity with the approved
Flight Conditions. Please note: this privilege does not allow the Part CAMO
organisation to approve the Flight Conditions.
There are two elements of a Part CAMO approval:
Organisations must ensure that both aspects of their approval
are changed (the AOC and Part CAMO).
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
Organisations with their principal place
of business located outside the UK, including the Channel Islands, should apply
directly to EASA.
The information below explains how to change
an existing ‘standalone’ Part CAMO approval for aircraft that are not involved
in commercial air transport (non-CAT):
You can complete the remove ratings
and facilities form provided that these are the
only changes you are making to the approval. There is no charge for this
service but you will need to provide a copy of your amended exposition.
In cases where an organisation holds more
than one approval and requires to make an application for a change of address
which will affect each approval held, you can complete the change of address
form which will cater for both BCAR
and EASA approvals. (You will need to provide a copy of your amended
Changes to the key personnel in an
organisation must be notified to CAA.
Please ensure that the CAA policy on fitness of character is
fully understood before submission of an application.
You can add or remove/change the details of
one or several people, including identifying their role(s) and the types of
approval(s) they have responsibility for, by completing the Change of Accountable Manager or Nominated Postholder form. This
form caters for both EASA approvals as well as BCAR (national)
approvals. There is no charge for changes of personnel.
Please note that for changes of Nominated
Postholder, a Continuing Airworthiness management Exposition will need to be
updated and attached to the application along with form SRG1769.
To help us progress your application please
send a copy of your draft exposition to firstname.lastname@example.org or
attach/upload the draft exposition to the online application form (where
An application for an Alternative Means
of Compliance (AltMOC) can
be made using SRG1840.
See the Official Record Series
5, CAA Scheme of Charges.
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
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
Note: Aircraft ratings should be listed as per EASA Part-66 Appendix 1 listing. At this time the Part 66 listing does not include Sailplanes, Powered Sailplanes or Balloons. In this case use the aircraft type designation specified on the Type Certificate Data Sheet.
Complete the online application form
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