The process for aerodromes to transition to an EASA Certificate is described below.
Aerodromes that are within the EASA scope will be required to follow this process. More information can be found on
the CAA EASA Aerodromes
There will be no additional cost for transitioning from an aerodrome licence to an EASA Certificate.
An EASA aerodrome certificate will be issued without an expiry date. The certificate will remain in force until it
is varied, suspended or revoked.
These can be found on the main CAA EASA Aerodromes
When completed the following documentation should be submitted to the CAA (click on links to download the .docx
The transition process will take place between June 2014 and December 2017. The CAA has scheduled a period of time
in which to assess the required transition documents submitted by each aerodrome. This will replace one of the periodic
CAA aerodrome oversight audits.
Guidance for the
Conversion of an Aerodrome Licence to an Aerodrome Certificate
Once all appropriate documentation has been completed, please submit in electronic format to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions / queries regarding the EASA aerodrome transition process, please contact your allocated
inspector or Tony.Heap@caa.co.uk (EASA Transition Programme Lead).
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