Certificate of Airworthiness for Export & Deregistration

Sadly aircraft do leave us from time to time but rest assured you will get the same high level service leaving us as you did joining us.

To discuss deregistration please contact us as soon as possible.

 

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.

The Isle of Man Aircraft Registry recommends you get written confirmation from the new state of registry to see if they require a Certificate of Airworthiness for Export to be provided along with confirmation as to their requirements on how recently the Export C of A must have been issued. If a Certificate of Airworthiness for Export is required, it must be issued before the aircraft is deregistered from the Isle of Man Aircraft Register.

An Export C of A may be issued without the need for a survey or any technical evaluation being carried out by the IOMAR (subject to no change in TCDS being requested) but in such circumstances the issue date on the Export C of A will be the same as the C of A that was issued as the result of the last aircraft survey.

A new survey must always be conducted if you require either:

  • an Export C of A dated more recently than the C of A that was issued as the result of the last aircraft survey; or
  • an Export C of A to a new TCDS.

See Registry Publication 12 for further information and guidance.

Please go to our Airworthiness Section for details of types of surveys available, requirements for survey and how to apply.