(a) CAR Compliance Check List
(b) Licensing Fee (to be paid online, receipt to be attached)
(c) Aerodrome Manual
(d) SMS Manual
(e) Other documents mentioned in the CAR.
What are the timelines for issue of aerodrome license?
The application for obtaining license is required to be submitted at least 3 months in advance. If all documents and facilities are in order, the aerodrome license shall be issued within a period of 3 months from date of application.
The design and operation requirements for an aerodrome are given in DGCA CAR Section 4, Series B, Part-I.
The aerodrome license is valid for a period of 24 months and can be renewed further for a period of 24 months on satisfactory oversight and payment of renewal fee. The license fee for obtaining aerodrome license is mentioned in Rule 87 of Aircraft Rule, 1937.
What are the guidelines for preparing Aerodrome Manual?
The guidelines for preparation of aerodrome manual is given in Aerodrome Advisory Circular 01 of 2006.
Where can one find all rules and regulations related to Aerodromes?
Part XI-Aerodromes, Rules 78 to 92 of Aircraft Rules, 1937 pertains to Aerodromes and are available under link Rules>Aircraft Manual (India)>Aircraft Rules, 1937> Part XI-Aerodromes on DGCA website www.dgca.nic.in. All Civil Aviation Requirements related to aerodromes are available in Section 4 under the link Rules>Civil Aviation Requirements>Section 4 and all circulars related to aerodromes are available under the link Rules>Circular>Aerodromes on DGCA website www.dgca.nic.in. Any other clarification/ information may be obtained from Director of Aerodrome Standards in DGCA.