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Skip to ContentEnter your keywordsLog inAerodromesAircraftAirspaceEducationPublications and resourcesRules and regulationsSafety managementLicences and certificationAbout usHome › Licences and certification › Individual licensing › Applying for your air operator’s certificateAerodromesAircraft Certification and designAviation medicineFlight trainingFlight training organisationsIndividuals and OrganisationsAeronautical radio operatorsAir Operators(currently displayed)Air traffic controllersAviation medicineDelegatesFireworksFlight crewLaser and light showsLicence informationMaintenance organisationsMaintenance personnelSecurity IDsGo to top of pageApplying for your air operator’s certificateIf you operate a commercial operation, you will probably need an air operator’s certificate (AOC). The following information will tell you if you need to get your operator’s certificate, and how to apply for one.Do you need an operator’s certificate?The following documents will tell you what you need to know before you apply for your air operator’s certificate.What is an operator’s certificate?Who needs one?What are the requirements?Aircraft descriptions on AOCs.If you need more information, contact the Permission Application Centre on 131 757 or by email at [email protected] do you want to do?Apply for an initial certificateVary your existing certificateRenew your existing certificateApply for a certificate with ANZA privilegesReplace a lost or damaged certificateIf you don’t know whether you need an operator’s certificate, please contact the Permission Application Centre on 131 757 or by email at [email protected] operationsIf you’re a foreign operator, you can find information on applications and requirements needed for foreign aircraft operations on our international operations page.Air Operator’s Certificate Manual SuiteManualLearn the national standard procedure for processing an AOC application including its related permissions by reading through the process manual.AOC Process ManualHandbooksYou can find more information about how to apply for your air operator’s certificate by reading the handbooks listed below:AOC Handbook Volume 1 – General MattersAOC Handbook Volume 2 – Flying OperationsAOC Handbook Volume 3 – AirworthinessAOC Handbook Volume 4 – Specialist AreasAOC Handbook Volume 5 – International Operations (Foreign Air Transport Operators)Temporary management instructionThe following temporary management instruction – TMI-2014-004 approving an SMS and/or HF&NTS training program includes an amendment process for air operators.  FormsYou can find a list of forms that you’ll need for your application on our air operator’s certificate forms page.Understanding the regulationsThe following documents will help you understand how to comply with the regulations.Civil Aviation Act 1988Civil Aviation Safety Regulations (CASR) 1998Civil Aviation Orders (CAO)Civil Aviation (Fees) Regulations 1995You can find guidance material about some regulations and regulatory requirements on our advisory circulars page.Support for air operatorsYou can find more information about air operator’s certificates below.Search for an air operator’s certificateFlying ops contactsSeminarsPermission application centreManual authoring and assessment tool (MAAT). This is a free online tool to you write your expositions and manuals.Last modified: 20 October 2017Site informationRegulatory philosophyAccessibilityComplaintsCopyrightFOIPrivacySite informationSubscribeContact usContact usHead office: Aviation House16 Furzer Street, Phillip ACT 2606GPO Box 2005, Canberra ACT 2601Phone: 131 757 or +61 2 6217 1111Report safety risks: 131 757Emergency airspace declarations: (02) 6217 1177Follow us

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