When you are making an application to transfer an aircraft you must include supporting documentation. It is a legal requirement.
An application for a Certificate of Airworthiness (C of A) cannot usually be accepted without appropriate transfer documents.
|Status and origin of the aircraft||Transfer documentation to be provided with application|
|New aircraft constructed in a European Union (EU) member state||Part 21 Form 52 (Statement of conformity to Type design)|
|Used Part 21 aircraft imported from an EU member state||Export Certificate of Airworthiness issued within the 60 days preceding receipt of the application by the CAA|
|New Part 21 aircraft constructed outside the EU||
Export Certificate of Airworthiness issued within the 60 days preceding receipt of the application by the CAA
Please note: EC Regulations require the transfer statement in this case to declare compliance to a Design approved by UK CAA
|Used Part 21 aircraft imported from outside the ;EU||Export Certificate of Airworthiness issued within the 60 days preceding receipt of the application by the CAA|
|Non-Part 21 aircraft (those falling under Annex I of EU regulation (EC) 216/2008||
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