• Applications for a Part FCL PPL licence that include JAR training

    Please note that applications for the issue of a Part FCL PPL where an exemption has been issued to enable JAR training to be used towards the training requirements for the Part FCL PPL licence must be received by the UK CAA by close of business on 29 September 2017. Any applications received after this date will not be accepted.

    We recommend that you apply online to avoid postal delays.

Apply for a licence

Apply for a licence

You can make a paper-based application for any licence. If you are applying for a LAPL or a PPL, you can also apply using our online form. Find out what you need to send us with your application for a pilot licence in this section

Ratings

Ratings

Download forms and find out what you need to send us with your application for a rating. Ratings are renewed and revalidated through your flight school

Apply for a medical certificate

Apply for a medical certificate

Medical certificate applications are handled by your aeromedical examiner (AME) or your GP. You will have to undergo a medical examination and if you meet the necessary standards you will be given your medical certificate by the doctor examining you

Our process

Our process

Our current processing time and what else you can expect when you make your application

Using your licence outside the EASA area

Using your licence outside the EASA area

The CAA can verify your licence to other national aviation authorities so that you may be able to use it in non-EASA countries