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The CAA will issue a Type Certificate (TC) or Restricted Type Certificate (RTC) for the approval of Products (aircraft, engine or propeller) for UK applicants.
Applicants for the TC or RTC must hold an appropriate design organisation approval such as:
In the case of an ELA1 aircraft (European Light Aircraft as defined in EU Reg 748/2012), or engine or propeller for an ELA1 aircraft, in the absence of an organisation approval, the applicant’s capability may be shown through the Certification Programme as per 21.A.15(b).
If DOA or ADOA is required, the scope of the type certification project must be within the approved scope and Terms of Approval (ToA) of the DOA/ADOA. Applications are also accepted in cases when the type certification project is simultaneously being used to demonstrate applicant competence for the issue of or extension to the scope or ToA of the DOA/DOA.
For more information on DOAs and ADOAs, see our guidance on how to apply for a Part 21 design organisation approval.
An application is made using CAA Form SRG1726NR
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