Alerts: Brexit

Here you can see details of all alerts issued during the last 12 months. Select a category to see the relevant headlines, sorted by date, and click on one to read the full alert. If you are looking for information about an older notification please email including the reference number where possible e.g. SW2017/194.

Deadline extension: Recognition of EASA Form 1

Update to the CAA website to change the deadline date for accepting EASA Form 1. From 1 April 2022, UK owners/operators can only accept an EASA Form 1from an EU/EASA approved maintenance organisation that has applied for a UK approval by 31 March 2022. SW2021/289

Publication of CAA noise databases

Following UK’s withdrawal from the EU, the CAA has published 6 databases of CAA approved noise certification levels. These databases include noise levels approved by EASA up to and including 31 December 2020, and additionally, any new or amended records approved by the UK CAA since. Periodic updates to the databases will be published. These […]

Updated guidance letter on the recognition of EASA Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations

The UK Civil Aviation Authority has issued an update to its guidance letter for Continued Airworthiness Management Organisations (CAMO) with an EASA Part M Subpart G approval to manage UK registered aircraft and issue or extend the validity of their Airworthiness Review Certificates. The guidance applies to CAMOs which have their principal place of business […]

Clued Up Update: GPS Approaches

GPS (or Required Navigation Performance) approaches in the UK change today (25 June) as the UK is leaving membership of the European EGNOS and Galileo programmes. Please view our Clued Up: GPS Approaches article that explains the changes and implications. SW2021/142

UK CAA and EASA sign Technical Implementation Procedures on aerospace production and design

The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) have concluded have concluded negotiations on the Technical Implementation Procedures (the TIP), which was signed today. The signing of the TIP, which sets out the measures the aerospace sector must take in order to design and produce new aerospace parts moving between […]

EASA-to-UK pilot licence conversion

The CAA has launched its EASA to UK conversion process for commercial pilot licences and medicals. This enables pilots to hold both a UK and EASA licence. The simplified process is available to pilots that transferred their licences to an EASA member state in preparation for the end of the transition period, as well as […]

UK-EU Exit: changes to pilot licences and training

Individuals who started their theorical examinations with an EASA Member State and transfer to complete remaining examinations should note: • those who have taken examinations under ECQB06 and ECQB07 with an EASA Member State will take UKQB06; • those who have taken examinations under ECQB2020 will take UKQB2020, • individuals cannot change syllabus. We have […]

UK-EU Exit: changes to pilot licences and training

We have updated our microsite to include changes to obtaining a UK pilot licence and training requirements under the new regulatory landscape post the UK leaving the EU. Additional information for pilot licences and pilot students has been can be found on our UK-EU Transition microsite. SW2021/023