Part V - Standard 509 Appendix A - Application for an Export Airworthiness Certificate (#24-0050)

Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs) 2017-2

Content last revised: 2002/06/01

Sample Form

Completion Procedures

[Refer to subsection 509.02(3) of this standard]
(amended 2002/06/01)

Notes:

  1. (i) The application for an Export Airworthiness Certificate has to be submitted as soon as possible prior to the date on which the aircraft is to undergo the exportation flight.

  2. (ii) Copies of the Application Form (#24-0050) are available at any Transport Canada Centre.

To assist in the completion of the application form, the following information and guidance are provided:

  • Mark in the appropriate box if the aircraft is new or used.
  • Complete Parts 1 and 3 only for new aircraft.
  • Complete Parts 1, 2 and 3 for used aircraft.
  • Except as otherwise stated in the following instructions, there must be an entry in all blocks.
  • Enter the file number in the file box, if known.
  • Fee box is for Department use only.

Part 1

Block 1 to Block 3

Self explanatory

Block 4

In the applicable box, check:

  • “Yes” if the aircraft complies with all applicable Airworthiness Directives; or
  • “No“ if it does not.

If the aircraft does not comply with all applicable Airworthiness Directives, provide an explanation as to why it does not in Block 6, remarks section. Attach one or more additional sheets if more space is required.

Block 5

In the applicable box, check:

  • “Yes” if the aircraft complies with all the applicable special requirements of the importing country; or
  • “No” if it does not.

If the aircraft does not comply with all applicable special requirements of the importing country, provide an explanation as to why it does not in Block 6, remarks section. Attach one or more additional sheets if more space is required.

Block 6

Include in the remarks section, any deviation from the type design data, STC’s, temporary installations etc. Attach one or more additional sheets if more space is required.

Part 2

Block 7

Provide one of these elements, or both as the case may be:

  • a list of Airworthiness Directives that have been complied with; or
  • if the aircraft does not comply with all applicable Airworthiness Directives, include an explanation as to which Airworthiness Directives it does not comply with in Block 6, remarks section.

Attach one or more additional sheets if more space is required.

Block 8

Provide a list of approved repairs and modifications carried out on the aircraft. Attach one or more additional sheets if more space is required.

Block 9

Check the applicable box to indicate:

  • whether the aircraft has been maintained in accordance with a pre-approved maintenance schedule for small aircraft [see subsections (2) and (3) of standard 625.86]; or
  • if it has been maintained in accordance with maintenance schedule requiring approval, including the maintenance schedule number in the space provided.

Block 10

Provide the date of the most recent inspection.

Block 11

This block has to bear an original signature in permanent ink.

Part 3

Block 12

This block has to bear an original signature in permanent ink. The owner or his authorized representative may sign. If the owner has authorized a representative to sign on his behalf, the authorization has to accompany the application form.

Note:

In the case of a new aircraft, the declaration signed by the applicant in Block 12 may not be signed by the person issuing the Export Airworthiness Certificate.

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