This section of the website details the requirements and processes to assist industry with the registration, certification, maintenance and Continued Airworthiness Management of an aircraft on the Overseas Territories register.
The Air Navigation (Overseas Territories) Order (AN(OT)O) as amended, details the legal obligations governing licensing, registration, maintenance and continued airworthiness.
The Overseas Territories Aviation Requirements (OTARs) are the means by which the operator or approved organisation will be able to satisfy the Governor as to the fulfilment of its obligations in respect of the licensing, registration, maintenance and Continued Airworthiness Management.
Find out more about registering an aircraft on a UK Overseas Territories register.
Find out more about applying for a Certificate of Airworthiness.
Find out more about maintaining an aircraft on a UK Overseas Territories register.
Find out more about the management of an aircraft on a UK Overseas Territories register.
Find out more about the licensing requirements for aircraft maintenance engineers.
Find out more about the regulation of small unmanned aircraft.
Find application forms for personnel licensing and airworthiness.
Find out more about about your legal responsibilities when flying a drone (small unmanned aircraft).
This Safety Communication Bulletin is issued to alert owners, operators, Continued Airworthiness Management and maintenance organisations of the importance of inspecting Shaw Aero Devices flush mounted fuel caps (Part No 416-50) for leaks and the actions to be taken on finding evidence of leaks. This model of flush mounted fuel cap is known to be fitted to Britten-Norman, Beech, Cessna, Mooney, Piper and De Havilland Canada Twin-Otter type aircraft.
Guidance on the minimum amount of time that can be expected for ASSI to complete a specific regulatory task.
The Overseas Territories Aviation Requirements (OTARs) describe the means by which aircraft operators, aviation personnel and providers of services can gain approvals, licences and certificates and the process through which these are maintained. This process ensures adequate levels of safety and internationally agreed standards are met. Find OTARs specifically related to this section of the website.