EU Exit

 

CAA SkyWise on EU Exit

 

Final submission date for transfer applications
Due to the festive period, any paperwork relating to a licence or medical transfer, including the transfer request from the EU NAA, must be received by the CAA no later than 24 December in order to meet the transfer submission deadline.
Please note that the recommended submission date for transfers as published by the CAA was 1 October 2020. Applications submitted after this date will be subject to extended processing times and acceptance by the receiving NAA.
Dated: December 2020


Update to EU exit information – Aerospace Maintenance Organisations (Part 145)
We have updated the information concerning maintenance of aircraft by organisations located outside the UK.
Please see our guidance for Aerospace maintenance organisations (Part 145) for details.
Dated: December 2020


Update to EU exit information – Services to the EU
We have updated the information on our microsite concerning UK airlines and AOC holders on EU exit. This includes information about the approvals that may be required to undertake a commercial service to the EU by UK operators.
Please see the UK – EU transition microsite for details
Dated: November 2020


EU Exit: Medical transfer application recommended submission by 1st October
Medical certificate holders who are considering transferring their licence to another EASA Member State are reminded of the advice to apply at least 3 months prior to the end of the transition period (31 December 2020). Applications received after October 1st will be processed on a best endeavours basis. However, there may be insufficient time for the CAA and receiving NAA to process the application before the end of the transition period, after which the application may no longer be valid in the EU.
Where a Flightcrew licence is held, you must also apply to transfer these records, details of which can be found here.
Our dedicated microsite includes more information about the transfer process, and a detailed explanation of the process can also be found on our website.
Dated: October 2020


EU Exit: FCL transfer application recommended submission by 1st October
Flightcrew licence holders who are considering transferring their licence to another EASA Member State are reminded of the advice to apply at least 3 months prior to the end of the transition period (31 December 2020).
Applications received after October 1st will be processed on a best endeavours basis. However, there may be insufficient time for the CAA and receiving NAA to process the application before the end of the transition period, after which the application may no longer be valid in the EU.
Where a medical certificate is held, you must also apply to transfer your medical records, details of which can be found here.
Our dedicated microsite includes more information about the transfer process, and a detailed explanation of the process can also be found on our website.
Dated: September 2020


EU Exit: Part-66 transfer application recommended submission by 1st October
Part-66 licence holders who are considering transferring their licence to another EASA Member State are reminded of the advice to apply at least 3 months prior to the end of the transition period (31 December 2020).
Applications received after October 1st will be processed on a best endeavours basis. However, there may be insufficient time for the CAA and receiving NAA to process the application prior to the end of the transition period and the UK leaving the European system. Our dedicated microsite includes more information about the transfer process, and a detailed explanation of the process can also be found on our website.
Dated: September 2020


Brexit update – Flight Training Simulator Device operators
Please see info.caa.co.uk/brexit/approved-training-organisations/ for information on new rules affecting FTSD operators from 1 January 2021.
Dated: July 2020


Update to EU exit information: Airlines and AOC holders
We have updated the information on our microsite concerning airlines and AOC holders in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit. This information includes contact details for EU licensing authorities.
Dated: October 2019


EU exit update – Aerospace maintenance organisations (Subpart F)
We have posted new information on our website for Aerospace maintenance organisations (Subpart F).
Dated: October 2019


Update to EU exit information
We have updated our EU exit microsite for licensed engineers, CAMOs, ETSO approval holders, aerospace production organisations, aerospace design organisations and aerospace maintenance organisations.
Dated: September 2019


Update to EU exit information – Commercial pilots
We have updated the information on our website concerning licence transfer applications in advance of the UK’s exit from the EU.
Dated: July 2019


Update to EU exit information – Licensed Engineers
We have updated the information on our website concerning Part 66 licence transfer applications in advance of the UK’s exit from the EU.
Dated: July 2019


Update to EU exit information –Third Country Operators (UK- Part TCO)
We have updated the information on our website concerning airlines and AOC holders in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit. This includes information about the administration charge for a UK TCO and a revised application form.
Dated: July 2019


Update to EU exit information – transfer of UK pilot licences to other EASA state
We have updated the information on our website concerning the required surrender of UK licences once the transfer process is complete.
Dated: May 2019


Update to EU exit information – Operators, CAMO’s and Manufacturers
We have updated the information on our website concerning the applicability of Airworthiness Directives in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit
Dated: May 2019


Update to EU exit information: Aerospace design organisations
We have updated the information on our website concerning aerospace design organisations in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit.
This is to highlight the publication of the new bilateral air safety agreement with Canada
Dated: March 2019


Update to EU exit information: Aerospace maintenance organisations
We have updated the information on our website concerning aerospace maintenance organisations in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit.
This is to highlight the publication of the new bilateral air safety agreement with Canada
Dated: March 2019


Update to EU exit information: Aerospace production organisations
We have updated the information on our website concerning aerospace production organisations in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit.
This is to highlight the publication of the new bilateral air safety agreement with Canada.
Dated: March 2019


Update to EU exit information – Aerospace design organisations
We have updated our EU exit microsite page for Aerospace design organisations. This is to address queries we are receiving about approval certificates and the delay to the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.
Dated: March 2019


Update to EU exit information – Airlines and AOC holders
We have updated our EU exit microsite for colleagues working in aviation security. This is to inform them of details of the UK-ACC3 in-bound cargo scheme
Dated: March 2019


Update to EU exit information – Occurrence Reporting
We have created a new tab on occurrence reporting on our website in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit. Organisations that are required to provide mandatory occurrence reports should read this page.
Dated: March 2019


Update to EU exit information – CAMOs
We have updated the information on our website concerning continued airworthiness management organisations in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit. This is to highlight the introduction of the CAA Form 1 post EU exit
Dated: March 2019


Update to EU exit information – aerospace production organisations
We have updated the information on our website concerning aerospace production organisations in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit. This is to highlight the publication of the updated bilateral air safety agreement with the US and to provide a template UK CAA Form 1.
Dated: March 2019


Update to EU exit information – Airlines and AOC holders
We have updated the information on our microsite concerning airlines and AOC holders in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit.
This information relates to the Department for Transport’s policy statement on air services from the EU to the UK in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
The Government’s full policy statement can be found here
Dated: March 2019


Update to EU exit information – Aerospace production organisations
We have updated the information on our microsite in relation to the replacement of EASA Form 1s with CAA Form 1s in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit.
Dated: March 2019


Update to EU exit information – Commercial Pilots
We have updated the information on our microsite concerning flight crew licences in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit.
Dated: March 2019


Update to EU exit information – Cabin Crew
We have updated the information on our microsite concerning cabin crew medical reports in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit.
Dated: March 2019


Update to EU exit information – airlines and AOC holders
We have updated the information on our microsite concerning airlines and AOC holders in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit. This includes information about UK Third Country Operator Certificate.
Dated: February 2019


Update to EU exit information – Airlines and AOC holders
We have updated the information on our microsite concerning airlines and AOC holders in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit. This information relates to security arrangements.
Dated: February 2019


Update to EU exit information – Aerospace maintenance organisations
We have updated the information on our website concerning aerospace maintenance organisations in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit. This includes a series of changes to address stakeholder queries about ongoing validity of approvals.
Dated: February 2019


Update to EU exit information – Engineer training organisations and Licensed engineers
We have updated the information on our website concerning Engineer training organisations and Licensed engineers in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit.
The update for Engineer training organisations includes information for those who have completed a portion of their modules at the point that the UK leaves the EU.
The update for Licensed engineers includes more information for engineers who are part way through their training at 29 March 2019.
Dated: February 2019


Update to EU exit information – technical standard order
We have published new information on our microsite concerning European Technical Standard Orders (ETSO) in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit.
Dated: January 2019


Update to EU exit information – Aeromedical Examiners
We have published new information on our microsite concerning Aeromedical Examiners (AMEs) in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit.
Dated: January 2019


Update to EU exit information – aerospace design organisations
We have updated the information on our microsite concerning aerospace design organisations in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit. This includes information about the CAA’s application process for UK DOA and provides further information following the publication of the European Commission’s draft regulations.
Please find the updates here.
Dated: January 2019


Update to EU exit information – Airlines and AOC holders
We have updated the information on our microsite concerning airlines and AOC holders in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit. This includes information about how EU27 and EFTA operators can apply for a Foreign Carrier Permit.
We have also updated the Foreign Carrier Permit overview and charter and scheduled flights pages on the main CAA site.
Dated: January 2019


EU exit update: aerospace design organisations
We have updated the information on our microsite concerning aerospace design organisations in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit. The CAA has opened advanced applications for organisations wishing to seek a UK design organisation approval as part of their no-deal contingency plans.
For how to apply, see here. Organisation wishing to have their UK approval in place by 29 March 2019, should apply by 31 January 2019.
Dated: January 2019


Update to EU exit information – aerospace maintenance organisations and engineering training organisations
We have updated the information on our microsite concerning aerospace maintenance organisations and engineering training organisations in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit.
The CAA will now accept third country applications from Part-145 and Part-147 organisations with their principle place of business outside the UK.
This update sets this out, and links to our new third country approval application page.
Dated: December 2018


Update to EU exit information – licensed engineers
We have updated the information on our microsite concerning licensed engineers in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit. To enable the CAA time to complete its part in the licence transfer process, the CAA advises that application forms for licence transfers to another EU Member State need to be submitted to the CAA by January 1, 2019.
Dated: November 2018


Update to EU exit information – commercial pilots
We have updated the information on our microsite concerning commercial pilots in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit. To enable the CAA time to complete its part in the licence transfer process, the CAA advises that application forms for State of Licence Issue transfers from the receiving EU National Aviation Authority need to be submitted to the CAA by 1 January, 2019.
Dated: November 2018


Update to EU exit information – student pilots
We have updated the information on our microsite concerning student pilots in the event of a non-negotiated EU exit.
Dated: November 2018


Updates to CAA’s EU Exit microsite
Following EASA’s announcement on accepting applications for some organisation types for third country approvals, the CAA has updated the following pages on its EU Exit microsite: production organisations, maintenance organisations, CAMOs, engineer training organisations and approved training organisations.
Dated: October 2018


Advice to the aviation industry on a no deal EU exit
We have developed a microsite at info.caa.co.uk/euexit to be a central source of information for the aviation and aerospace industries about the actions they would need to take to be prepared for a no deal withdrawal from the EU and no continued mutual recognition.
Dated: September 2018


Update to CAA website: EU exit
We have updated our website with information about our preparations for the UK’s exit from the EU. Read more on our EU exit page.
Dated: July 2018