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Section 27(A) Permission
In accordance with section 27A of the Civil Aviation Act (1988), CASA may issue a permission to operate a foreign registered aircraft on regulated domestic flights where CASA has not permitted the issue of an Air Operator’s Certificate authorising that operation.
The use of section 27A is limited by section 27A (3) to a period of not more than 7 days.
To apply for permission under section 27A of the Act, please return a completed Application for a Section 27A Permission form. The form can be obtained from International Operations.
CASA will not consider an application unless cabotage approval has been granted by the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development.
NOTE: NEW NOISE REGULATIONS: There are new Regulations affecting the operation of large marginally compliant (MCC3) jet aircraft in Australia. From 01 July 2010 operations by MCC3 aircraft are prohibited at: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Hobart, Canberra, Darwin, Gold Coast, Newcastle (Williamtown), Essendon and Avalon airports. Applications for Non Scheduled flights to these ports can only be assessed if a noise permission has been obtained from the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development. The Noise permission must accompany the application form. Further information, including list of affected aircraft, is available in AIP GEN 1.2-15.
- For high capacity aircraft - $AUD570
- For low capacity aircraft - $AUD480
This fee is payable at the time the application is lodged. A completed Payment Advice Form is required to accompany the application.
Contact CASA International Operations for more information