Airworthiness Review Certificate

According to the EU Regulations, Airworthiness Review Certificate shall be issued after airworthiness review has been carried out, i.e. after it has been determined that a specific aircraft complies with the approved type certificate design (as amended by the Mandatory Continuing Airworthiness Information) and that it is airworthy.

Airworthiness Review Certificate is issued by aviation authorities (Croatian Civil Aviation Agency in the Republic of Croatia) or by an approved aircraft operator or by an approved continuing airworthiness management organisations.

In some cases, continuing airworthiness management organisation may extend Airworthiness Review Certificate for another year without conducting aircraft airworthiness review.

According to the Compulsory Traffic Insurance Act (Official Gazette 151/05, 36/09, 75/09, 76/13), prior to issuance or extension of traffic permit or equivalent document (herein Airworthiness Review Certificate) for a specific vehicle, it has to be verified that the vehicle (herein aircraft) has been insured in accordance with the afore-mentioned Act and provisions of the Regulation (EC) 785/2004 of the European Parliament and of Council of 21 April 204 on insurance requirements for air carriers aircraft operators (SL L 138 30.4.2004).