Muscat: The Civil Aviation Authority, in its capacity as the authority competent to regulate the civil aviation sector in the Sultanate, and in its desire to enhance the tourism aspect, issued a declaration calling on investors wishing to establish and operate amphibious aircraft to submit their requests to it as follows:
1- A detailed offer shall be attached with the application that includes the economic feasibility study, the company’s business plan, and proof of financial ability.
2- Fill out the application forms for a Class (B) operating license “for aircraft with a capacity of 19 seats or less, or with a maximum take-off weight of less than 10 tons.” The forms can be obtained through the authority’s website https://caa.gov. om
3- Paying the application fees of (- / 300) three hundred Omani riyals.
4- After the initial acceptance of the application, the applicant is obligated to complete all requirements for the issuance of the Air Operator Certificate (AOC) with the Authority according to a specific timetable.
The authority said that it would like to clarify the following:
1- Applications shall be sent via e-mail to the following Customer Services Department –
2- Initial acceptance of the application does not mean approval of it, and in the event that more than one application fulfills the requirements and established procedures, the Authority will choose between applications and consider licensing only two operators, as a maximum, and is exclusive for a period of seven years from the date of issuance of the second license.
3- For more information, please call (24354433).
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