CAA Statutory Charges Consultation 2022 - 2023

Closed 3 Feb 2022

Opened 25 Nov 2021

Feedback updated 17 Mar 2022

We asked

We asked for comments on our proposals for revisions to the existing CAA Charges Schemes, due to take effect from 1 April 2022.

The key changes under consultation were:

  • General Price Increase
  • Design Organisation Approval (Part-21 Subpart J) Annual Charge
  • Continuing Airworthiness (Type Certification) Annual Charge
  • Cyber Annual Charge

You said

A total number of 12 respondents provided 21 submissions through the consultation exercise.

We did

We are grateful for those submissions received and after CAA Board discussion, we propose to implement the proposals in the consultation without further amendment, with the exception of the Continued Airworthiness (Type Certification) charge as detailed in the response document.

Full details have been published in our response document: FY22/23 CAA Statutory Charges Consultation Response


This consultation document explains our proposals for revisions to the existing CAA Charges Schemes, due to take effect from 1 April 2022.

We believe our proposals represent a balanced approach to charging, reflecting current circumstances and the important role of the CAA in industry’s recovery. We look forward to receiving feedback on these proposals, in particular from those we regulate.

We welcome comments on all aspects of the proposals, including the charge structures and the level of the charges. Please could all responses be submitted through this site to ensure we are able to respond to your feedback as efficiently as possible.


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