Regulation (EU) 139/2014 means that you need to notify us of all changes to aerodromes that have the potential to
affect the agreed basis for certification, including:
These changes fall into two categories:
You need approval for changes that 'significantly' affect elements of your management system, including your Safety Management System.1
We define these changes as 'significant' if they affect:
Changes to the operation that might change the terms of the certificate include:
Any changes that impact the CB need our approval, including:
Note: Significant maintenance projects can have a secondary effect on the Certification Basis. If you're not sure if a maintenance project needs prior approval, notify your Aerodrome Inspector who can advise you.
When you apply for CB changes you need to include supporting documentation. Full details are in CAP 791, including a process for notifying us.
You also need to apply for approval for the following:
If our review takes more than three hours, you need to pay an additional charge of £173 per hour for any excess hours.
If our review takes more than six hours, you need to pay an additional charge of £176 per hour for any excess hours.
See our Scheme of Charges
Complete SRG 2011 online
Make sure you submit the form at least 30 days before the proposed change.
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