Airworthiness of Aircraft

A Certificate of Airworthiness (CoA) is required for the aircraft as an attestation that the aircraft has been maintained in accordance with an approved maintenance program, and is in compliance with applicable airworthiness and safety requirements as stipulated in the Singapore Airworthiness Requirements (PDF, 687 KB).

In addition, the aircraft must have a type certificate that has been accepted by CAAS in accordance with Singapore Airworthiness Requirements Part 21 (PDF, 286 KB) Subpart A.

To apply for a CAAS CoA, please complete form CAAS(AW)29 and submit to CAAS, Airworthiness/Flight Operations Division.

For more information, please refer to Singapore Airworthiness Requirements Chapter 2.2, and paragraph 7 of the Singapore Air Navigation Order (ANO) (PDF, 1 MB).

Note: The application fees are prescribed in the Twelfth Schedule of the Singapore Air Navigation Order.

Export Certificate of Airworthiness

An Export Certificate of Airworthiness (CoA) provides documentary proof to the Authority of the importing country that the aircraft has been maintained in an airworthy condition. If required by the CAA of the importing country to prove that your aircraft is fit to fly, CAAS will issue the Export CoA.

To apply for Export CoA, please complete form CAAS(AW)36 and submit to CAAS, Airworthiness/Flight Operations Division.

For more information, please refer to Singapore Airworthiness Requirements Chapter 2.4, and paragraph 7A of the Singapore Air Navigation Order (PDF, 1 MB). 

Note: The application fees are prescribed in the Twelfth Schedule of the Singapore Air Navigation Order.