De-registration of Aircraft
The owner of a registered aircraft has to pay an annual registration fee. If your aircraft won’t be flown in the future, or you’re exporting it, you can de-register it.
If you want your aircraft de-registered, complete the appropriate CAAF form. If the owner is unable to sign (for example, they’re deceased), use the de-registration of aircraft form with a statutory declaration.
There’s no fee for de-registering an aircraft.
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Send the original certificate of registration and certificate of airworthiness (or flight permit) to:
Senior Airworthiness Maintenance & Engineering Inspector, Civil Aviation Authority of Fiji, Private Mail Bag NAP 0354, Nadi Airport, Fiji.
Once de-registered, the aircraft’s certificate of airworthiness (or flight permit) is revoked.
IDERA - de-registration under IDERA also uses the deregistration of aircraft form, but it must be completed by the ‘authorised party’.
For further information, refer to
- Laws of Fiji
- CAAF Standards Documents
- CAAF Application Forms
- CAAF Aeronautical Information Circulars
- CAAF Guidance Documents
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