Consultation on changes to requirements
With the exception of editorial changes and requirements which need urgent publication, there is a formal consultation process for changes to Overseas Territories Aviation Requirements (OTARs).
Proposed changes will normally be available via this website. If you would like to be notified when material is available for review and comment, please register for Email Alerts at the bottom of this page.
Comments received during the consultation process will be considered and, where appropriate, changes will be incorporated into the amendment to the OTARs. Disindentified comments and our responses will be published in a log on this website following the formal consultation period.
You may comment on the content of the OTARs at any time by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following OTARs are under consultation:
This new OTAR Part is one of a suite of three new regulatory documents and addresses the subject of the design criteria for heliports and water aerodromes in more detail.
Find out more about OTAR 192 and download the consultation document.
Comments should be received by 18 December 2023 and can be sent by email to email@example.com or by post to our office address.
What are OTARs?
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. Complete list of OTAR Parts
Full Regulatory Impact Assessment on the Publication of Overseas Territories Aviation Regulations (OTARs)
A full Regulatory Impact Assessment on the publication of OTARs has been published.
Commenting on OTAR amendments
Comments can be sent by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by post to:
Policy & Rulemaking Manager
Air Safety Support International
The Portland Building
25 High Street
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