A Business Plan – An applicant must submit a business plan that covers the first 2 years of operation, in order, to demonstrate that it is able to handle its actual and potential obligations for a period of 24 months from the start of the operations, and its fixed and operational costs for a period of six (06) months without taking into account earnings from its operations.
Provide evidence of ownership of the aircraft or a long term aircraft
lease agreement. The Aircraft must be under full control of the
applicant and fulfill the flight safety standards of Uganda.
A copy of the aircraft Certificate of Airworthiness.
A copy of certificate of registration.
Copies of Insurance Certificates (Hull, Third Party, Passenger and Cargo Liability).
Evidence of the applicant’s financial capacity to finance the proposed
air transport services and meet CAA financial obligations.
A Performance Bond through a reputable bank.
Conduct of operations - Proper Airport Operating procedures relating to
handling of cargo and/or passengers must be complied with at all times
in accordance with the Convention on International Civil Aviation
(Chicago Convention of 1994).