Airworthiness Review Certificate (ARC)

Airworthiness Review Certificates (ARC).

The Airworthiness Review Certificate (ARC) is a mandatory requirement imposed by many regulatory authorities, including EASA, for all aircraft operating and registered within their jurisdiction. This certificate must be consistently maintained for business jets and commercial aircraft to ensure compliance and airworthiness.

As part of our commitment to offer a comprehensive Airworthiness Management service to our customers and to keep pace with the changing regulatory environment, we were the first independent Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation to be approved to perform ARC services by EASA for business jet and commercial airline operators.


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Our Airworthiness Review Certificate services include:

The following services are available from us on an as required basis;

  • ARC Initial issue.
  • ARC renewal.
  • Airworthiness Review of the aircraft.
  • Airworthiness Review of the complement of Aircraft Technical Records.
  • Production of an Airworthiness Review report.
  • Report submission to EASA.
  • Liaison and resolution management with EASA.
  • Hosting of operators’ audits.
  • EASA requirements for the issue of an Airworthiness Review Certificate

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