Helicopters with piston engines, their engines, airframes and electrics
Helicopter with turbines, their engines, airframes and electrics
Light aircraft with piston engines
Radio communication and Radio navigation onboard an aircraft
Categories of Certificate of Airworthiness
Classification,marking of aircraft under dealer certification
) CAP 393
EC Directive 1592/2002
EC Directive 1529/2002
EC Directive 216/2002
Air Taxi / Corporate
7th December 1944
22nd December 1944
1st April 1971
5th April 1971
4th April 1947
22nd December 1971
4th December 1971
1st April 1972
4th April 1971
1st April 1972
4th April 1972
National Airworthiness Authorities of participating European countries
CAA, FAA and all European authorities
CAA and FAA only
At least four years after the aircraft has been permanently withdrawn form service
Five years after the aircraft has been permanently withdrawn from service
Two years after the aircraft has been released from the organisation
Maintained by a part-145 approved organisation.
Appropriately approved organisation
Maintained by a part-145 approved organisation registered in the UK
Can fly with an export C of A
Must have a C of A issued in the UK before it can fly
Can fly with a foreign C of A.
As stated on the certificate but not exceeding 14 days
28th September 2011
28th September 2006
28th September 2001
Any licensed engineer.
An appropriately licensed engineer
An unlicensed engineer who has permission from the Chief Inspector.
A part 145 organisation.
The competent authority of the member state
The application for a part-66 licence.
The application for an extension to a part-66 licence.
The part-66 licence itself
If he/she has received continuation training in the last 2 years.
If he/she has worked on aircraft for 6 months in the last 2 years
If he/she has worked on aircraft for 4 months in the last 2 years.
Either a part-145 or a part-147 organisation.
A part-147 organisation only.
A part-145 organisation only.
For any aircraft for which he has a type rating.
For any aircraft for which his company has Part-145 approval.
For any aircraft for which he has a type endorsement on his license and holds the appropriate company approval.
Certify minor line tasks which he has done himself and for which he has approval.
Certify minor line tasks which he or other line mechanics have done and for which he has approval.
Certify line maintenance checks
Aeroplanes - Piston, helicopters Piston, Aeroplanes -Turbine and Helicopters Turbine.
Aeroplanes - Piston and helicopters Piston.
Aeroplanes - Turbine and helicopters Turbine
Sign the CRS for minor line maintenance, within the limits of tasks specifically endorsed on the authorisation sign the CRS for minor line maintenance, within the limits of tasks specifically endorsed on the authorisation.
Sign the CRS for any line maintenance and defect repairs.
Sign the CRS for any minor line repairs as long as they have the aircraft type stamped in their license.
Aircraft - turbine engined
Aircraft -both turbine and piston engined.
Aircraft - piston engined.
Helicopters - both turbine and piston engined.
Helicopters - piston engined.
Helicopters - turbine engined.
A type rated engineer independent of a Part145 organisation.
A Part-66 licensed engineer.
A certifying staff member of a Part-145 approved organisation.
The NAA of the country it is located in
2 years after they were raised.
5 years after they have expired.
2 years after the aircraft has been returned to the operator.
Approve major modifications.
Issue certificates for work completed in aircraft maintenance or overhaul.
Originate repair schemes and manufacture parts.
Airworthiness Notice 14.
BCAR section A.
Air Navigation Regulations.
3 years after the aircraft has been destroyed or permanently withdrawn from service.
ICAO Annex 1
SRG 1020 & SRG 1014
Appendix 1 Part 66
Annex 1 Part 66
Appendix 2 Part 66
Part 66 Appendix 2
ICAO Appendix 3
Part 66 Appendix 3
Part 66 - Subpart A
Part 66 - Subpart B
Part 66 - Subpart C
Part 66 - Subpart A
Part 66 - Subpart B
Part 66 Subpart C
Both exported/imported and bought/sold domestically.
Exported or imported only
Used bought and sold domestically only.
Over 13610 kg MTOM.
Over 2730 kg MTOM.
Over 5700 kg MTOM.
The worksheets with a certified CRS are retained by the overhaul organization and an EASA form 1 is issued to the customer.
The worksheets with a certified CRS are placed in the aircraft file with the log books.
The worksheets are retained by the overhaul organization in their own files
Airworthiness Notice No.3.
The organization exposition.
BCAR Section A-8/13, A-8/15, A-8/3.
Three years after the aircraft component is permanently removed from service or destroyed.
Two years after the aircraft or aircraft component has been released from the Part-145 approved maintenance organization.
5 years after the aircraft or aircraft component has been destroyed or permanently removed from service.
On the approval certificate.
In the CAA's list of approved organisations.
In the organisation's exposition.
Not less than 21 years of age.
There is no Age limitation.
Not less than 18 years of age.
Ensuring that all line maintenance procedures are carried out.
Ensuring that all necessary resources are available to accomplish maintenance in accordance with Part 145.A.65 (a).
Ensuring that all base maintenance procedures are carried out.
Within 7 days.
Within 72 hours
Within 24 hours