The airworthiness of aircraft ranges from the initial approval of a new aircraft design to ensuring an aircraft's on-going safety standards. This section contains guidance on acceptance of aircraft type certificates and supplemental type certificates; approval of changes and repairs; Certificates of Airworthiness; certification of aircraft maintenance organisations and continuing airworthiness management organisations.
Guidance on the acceptance of type certificates, changes, repairs and the issuance of ADs and certificates of airworthiness
Information and requirements for organisation to qualify for the issue or continuation of a maintenance organisation approval.
Requirements for the continuing airworthiness of aircraft and on the approval of organisations and personnel involved in these tasks.
The airworthiness of aircraft ranges from the initial approval of a new aircraft design to ensuring an aircraft's on-going safety standards.
The CAA is authorised by Communication Authority of Maldives (CAM) to issue aeronautical radio licences specified in Maldives Telecommunications Regulation 2003.
This includes the Aircraft Radio Licence which covers the aircraft for all aeronautical radio equipment it carries.