EU Exit: Managing and releasing UK aircraft

The CAA has provided guidance in a letter for Continued Airworthiness Management Organisations with an EASA Part M Subpart G approval, which have their principal place of business located outside the UK, to manage UK registered aircraft and to issue or extend the validity of their Airworthiness Review Certificates, as if their privileges and approvals were issued by the CAA. The letter can be viewed here

A second decision allows EASA-approved Part 145 maintenance organisation approval holders, which have their principal place of business located outside the UK, to continue to release to service UK-registered aircraft after the end of the transition period, as if their privileges and approvals were issued by the CAA. Such organisation can continue to use their EASA approval number. The full decision can be viewed here.

SW2020/287