An organisation that wishes to operate an aircraft for the purpose of Commercial Air transport must obtain an Air Operator Certificate (AOC) from the CAA SMR.
The Air Operator Certification process consist of five phases. The five phases are:
Phase 1 – Pre-application
Phase 2 – Formal Application
Phase 3 – Document evaluation
Phase 4 – Demonstration & Inspection
Phase 5 – Certification (AOC issue)
CAR OPS 1 (Aeroplanes) and CAR OPS 3 (Helicopter) prescribes the requirements applicable to the operation of civil aircraft for the purpose of commercial air transportation by any operator whose principal place of business and, if any, its registered office is in the Republic of San Marino.
CAP 11 | Air Operator Certification provides guidance to a prospective applicant for an AOC in order to prepare for the AOC application process or for the amendment to an existing AOC when varying the AOC / Operations Specifications (e.g. introduction of new aircraft).
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