Sadly, aircraft do leave our register but be assured we will offer the same level of service as you depart as when you joined.
Timely liaison with the Aircraft Registry is advised to enable us to act upon your instruction with the same efficiency as you have enjoyed whilst being on an M-Reg. This will assist to achieve an expedient process, ensuring your timescales can be met.
Registry Publication 12 Export C of A and Deregistration gives you more information then, if required, please complete Form 11 Application for Deregistration and email it to [email protected] to begin the process.
A Certificate of Airworthiness for Export does not permit the aircraft to fly; it is a formal declaration between the exporting State to the importing State only.
We would recommend you get written confirmation from the new state of registry to see if they require a Certificate of Airworthiness for Export to be provided. If this is the case, it must be issued before the aircraft is deregistered from the Isle of Man Aircraft Register.
To apply for a Certificate of Airworthiness for Export survey please complete Form 10 Application for the Issue of a Certificate of Airworthiness for Export and email the completed for to [email protected]
Guidance Notes for the completion of this application form
1. Applicants should note that unless all Sections of the form are completed accurately, the Aircraft Registry will not be able to process the application. In this event the applicant will be notified accordingly and the application form will need to be re-submitted. Surveys will be carried out Monday to Friday unless it is a public holiday – please refer to our website for a complete list of public holidays.
2. The aircraft TCDS is the Type Certificate Data Sheet that the IOMAR has carried out all Airworthiness Surveys against whilst the aircraft has been IOM registered, the Certificate of Airworthiness for Export will confirm compliance to this TCDS on successful demonstration of the applicable standard.
3. The survey will take place to sample the aircraft documents back to the last CoA carried out by an IOMAR surveyor. Refer to Registry Publication 17 Checklist for Renewal of a Certificate of Airworthiness for guidance.
4. A Certificate of Airworthiness for Export may be requested for up to 60 days from the last survey carried out without any further attendance from the IOMAR, but the issue date on the Certificate of Airworthiness for Export will identify the original date of the survey. In the event this aspect is required, only complete sections, 1, 2 & 5 & enter N/A in the row titled, Name (presenting survey).