January 29, 2019
|In the context of the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union, EASA accepts early applications from UK AOC holders for TCO authorisations as of 07/01/2019, and the following procedure applies:
1. By 01/03/2019, the UK TCO applicant completes and sends to EASA the application form for TCO authorisation together with all required supporting documents:
2. EASA verifies the eligibility and the completeness of the application. Incomplete applications will not be processed. Changes to TCO applications from AOC holders certified in the UK will only be processed by EASA as of the withdrawal date.
3. EASA notifies, via email, the task number to the applicant.
4. EASA issues an invoice for the fee and provides the applicant with access credentials to the EASA online TCO Web-Interface application.
5. Applicant settles the EASA fee and submits its completed technical questionnaire, using the TCO Web-Interface.
6. Upon settlement of the fee and receipt of the duly completed technical questionnaire, EASA confirms to the applicant that the EASA TCO Authorisation Certificate is ready for dispatch and provides the EASA approval number (if applicable).
7. On 30/03/2019, provided that all above conditions are met on 15/03/2019, EASA sends by email a soft copy of the TCO Authorisation Certificate to the UK TCO applicant and updates the TCO Web Interface accordingly.
8. In the month following 30/03/2019, EASA sends the hard copy of the TCO Authorisation Certificate to the UK TCO applicant.
The EASA TCO Authorisation Certificate:
The surveillance/recurrent cycle:
Other Information: UK has recently signed Air Service Agreements with:
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