Export certificate of airworthiness

For safety precautions

  • Purpose: For safety precautions
  • Application Fees: Nil
  • License Fee: Please see aviation fees under the Download Forms/Info link below
  • Maximum Processing Time: 14 Days
  • Related Websites: <a href="http://www.caa.co.ug/" target="_blank">www.caa.co.ug</a>
  • Validity: As shall be indicted on the certificate
  • Contact Office: <a href="http://www.caa.co.ug/" target="_blank">Civil Aviation Authority</a>
  • Renewal Fee: N/A
  • License Type: Certificate
  • Legal Basis: Civil aviation (Airworthiness) regulations, 2014
  • <ul><li>A weight and balance report with a loading schedule, where applicable, for each aircraft in accordance with the applicable regulations is furnished to the Authority.</li><li>Historical records that establish the production, modification and maintenance standard of the aircraft.</li><li>The aircraft must have been inspected in accordance with the performance rules of these regulations and found airworthy by persons authorised by the Authority to make such determination within the last 14 days.</li><li>The applicant must submit a statement of compliance with the mandatory airworthiness directives and service bulletins applicable to the aircraft and its equipment.</li><li>The applicant must submit a statement of compliance with the full intents of the approved maintenance programme or schedule.</li><li>The maintenance determined by the Authority as a prerequisite for issue of the export certificate of airworthiness has been carried out and certified by a person acceptable to the Authority in accordance with these regulations..</li><li>The result of test flight , and such other tests as the Authority may determine are complied with.</li></ul>