Transferring or changing ownership of an aircraft
If a holder of a navigation authorisation ceases to be the operator of an aircraft covered by the approval, any navigation authorisation applicable to that aircraft automatically becomes invalid.
Step 1 – Notify CASA
- The operator must notify CASA of the change by completing Form 032 and submitting it to CLARC.
CLARC is available Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:00 pm Australian Eastern Standard Time, to answer your questions and explain the application process.
- If you are an existing AOC holder, you must also complete Form 853 to remove the aircraft from your AOC and submit same to the Permission Application Centre.
The Permission Application Centre is available 8:30am to 4:30pm Australian Eastern Standard Time, Monday to Friday to answer your questions and explain the application process.
Note: The new registered operator must apply to CASA for their own separate navigation approvals. Refer to Applying for a Navigation Authorisation.
Step 2 – What happens next?
CASA will amend your Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC), cancel all the navigation authorisations associated with the aircraft taken off the AOC and notify Airservices Australia.