Please note that, in the event of the UK leaving the EU without a negotiated agreement, 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 UK’s departure from the EU. In the meantime, the guidance provided and the application forms accessed via the CAA website portal will continue to be valid.
Pilots are required to have their licence with them when they fly. If your licence has been
lost, damaged or stolen, you will need to request a replacement licence.
To request a replacement licence, use the online application
You will also need to send us:
If you are requesting a replacement CPL, MPL or ATPL, you will also need to provide:
How to get copies of your documents
The fee payable for requesting a replacement licence is £48.
An additional fee will be payable if you wish your documents to be returned by secure courier.
See the Making sure your documents are safely
returned section for more details.
You must still have a valid medical certificate of the appropriate level for the type of licence
you are updating as well as a current and valid language proficiency level.
If you have not already converted your pilot licence to an EASA licence, requesting a
replacement licence will mean that your licence will be compulsorily converted to an EASA licence
and a conversion fee will be charged. These fees are set out in the Licence costs section.
If you need to send us any documentation, please use the following address:
Licensing and Training Standards
Gatwick Airport South
West Sussex RH6 0YR
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