All Part 21 aircraft types that qualify for a Part 21 Certificate of Airworthiness (C of A) are issued with a non-expiring C of A, which is validated annually with an Airworthiness Review Certificate (ARC).
This annual validation occurs when a new ARC is issued, or the validity of a current ARC is extended.
Who can apply
- Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations (CAMOs) that hold the appropriate Part M Subpart G or Part-CAMO approval.
- Combined Airworthiness Organisations that hold the appropriate Part-CAO approval.
- Maintenance Organisations that hold the appropriate Part 145 approval to carry out airworthiness reviews and issue ARCs on aircraft under Part-ML.
- Engineers that hold a Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) approval to carry out airworthiness reviews and issue ARCs on aircraft under Part-ML.
Please note: ARC privileges and ARC Online login is provided to your UK CAA approved organisation once a Part M subpart G, Part-CAMO, Part-CAO, or Part 145 initial or change is completed, and the approval certificate is issued.
Appropriately approved independent certifying staff will be issued with an ARC Online login once their approval has been issued.