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The groups of aircraft operating on a BCAR A3-7 Permit to Fly that require an approved programme are:
This application process is applicable to:
Applicants will need to prepare and provide the documents and information listed under the 'How to apply' section below.
No charge applies if the application is supported by an organisation holding a BCAR A8-25 approval The cost for making an application directly to the CAA for the approval of an aircraft maintenance schedule or programme which is based on or different to the military publications or aircraft manufacturer's recommended schedule or programme is in accordance with the CAA Airworthiness Scheme of Charges section on 'Approval of aircraft maintenance schedules or programmes'.
In the case of any discrepancies, the Official Record Series 5, CAA Scheme of Charges (Airworthiness, Noise Certification and Aircraft and Aircraft Engine Emissions) will be applied.
The CAA will begin assessment within 10 working days and approval will be granted when the programme satisfactorily addresses the relevant requirements.
The programme will remain approved unless suspended, cancelled or revoked.
How to make an initial / amendment / temporary amendment application for a maintenance programme approval, (including both direct and indirect approvals).
* Direct approval will be carried out by CAA, indirect approval the applicant will receive an acknowledgement letter from SSC.
Form SRG 1766 acts as a single form, for Permit to Fly aircraft only, it is an application and checklist combined. SRG 1766 allows the applicant to confirm if the programme is to be approved directly by the CAA or indirectly by A8-25 CAMO (with appropriate privileges) and/or whether the submission is an amendment to an existing programme.
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