References to EU regulation or EU websites in our guidance will not be an accurate description of your obligations or rights under UK law.read more
Please note that, in the event of UK participation in EASA and mutual recognition of licences and certificates ceasing, some CAA website content and application forms may continue to carry the EASA logo or reference the EU or EASA rather than the UK CAA in the short term. These will be updated in due course following the outcome of the transition period negotiations on the long-term aviation relationship between the UK and the EU. In the meantime, the guidance provided and the application forms accessed via the CAA website portal will continue to be valid.
Maintenance Organisations may hold an approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to maintain aircraft or components for aircraft that are registered in the United States of America.
A Bilateral Agreement between the UK and the USA was signed on 20 December 1995. The Agreement means that the UK CAA will undertake the oversight of organisations that hold UK Part 145 approval and FAR 145 Repair Station Certification.
Airworthiness Application Charges.
Once you have received a pre-certification number from the FAA, we will contact you and ask you to provide the following:
Note: If making a simultaneous application for an EASA Part 145 approval, the relevant submission should be made at the same time.
Note: Applicants can also apply for a joint FAA & TCCA Approval
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