CAA is gradually introducing a new on-line forms solution, which will enable you to complete and submit applications electronically. As part of this change we will also be introducing the option to pay on-line for your applications.
Forms have been tested on a variety of different browsers. If you have any issues completing the form, please let us know.
Customers using unsupported versions of Internet Explorer (IE) run real risks of zero-day exploits when using the public internet. From July 2016, CAA online forms will no longer support Microsoft IE8, IE9 and IE10 browsers. This is in line with Microsoft’s decision to withdraw support for these browsers.
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In filling this form in, you will be providing personal data to the CAA, which will be handled in accordance with the
CAA Data Protection Statement. Please be aware that technical staff working on behalf of the CAA may on an exceptional basis access user submitted data to provide support or to address technical issue associated with your form submission.
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The CAA cannot guarantee a faster processing time for your application if you choose to make an immediate on-line payment. Please do however be aware that should you choose to make your payment by cheque, this will result in a delay of 3 or more days from CAA receiving the cheque.
The CAA only take payments in GBP For more details please refer to the
CAA Payment Policy.
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