References to EU regulation or EU websites in our guidance will not be an accurate description of your obligations or rights under UK law.read more
The following information supersedes the current Official record series 4 no.909 Exemption E 3363, which sits within General Concession 6 permission within CAP 747 pending such time that it can be updated and published in 2018.
Official Record Series 4 numbers 910 and 911 containing Exemptions
E3364 and E3365 respectively remain valid.
Further to recommendations by the European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC), the CAA now allows two categories of aircraft registered in another ECAC member state access to UK airspace only in respect of over-flight and short-term visits, without the need to apply for individual
The CAA has now revoked ORS4 no.909 containing Exemption E3363. This is superseded with Exemption ORS4 no.1249 containing exemption E4602. This exempts both relevant aircraft categories from compliance with the provisions of the Air Navigation Order 2016 Article 33 relating to the need to hold
Certificates of Airworthiness allowing rite of passage.
The intent of this Exemption is to facilitate overflight or short-term visits and allow a maximum period of 28 consecutive days for the intended stay, unless otherwise agreed by the CAA as an individual exemption.
Please note that the current aircraft that do not qualify to take advantage of this Exemption, an individual exemption will be required.
Read all @UK_CAA
UK CAA announces integration of GAU and RPAS to form one combined unit
28 April, 2021
The CAA’s GAU starts 2021 with a focus on returning to flying post COVID
22 April, 2021
UK Civil Aviation Authority launches consultation on proposed changes to CAP 553 (BCAR Section A, A3-7 and A8-26 & A8-21, A8-23 and A8-24)
1 April, 2021
Read all News
International Civil Aviation Day
7 December, 2020
How safe is recreational flying in the UK
25 February, 2020
Bringing ADS-B surveillance trials to airfields
1 March, 2019
Read All Blogs