An aircraft operating in accordance with CAR OPS 2, with a current certificate of airworthiness, shall not fly beyond 12 months from the date of issue, or reissue, of the certificate of airworthiness unless there is a current Airworthiness Review Declaration (ARD) in respect of that aircraft submitted to and accepted by the CAA SMR.
The ARD shall be issued twelve months after the initial issue of the C of A and renewed at twelve-monthly intervals until the next renewal of the C of A using FORM SM 14. It may be issued up to 60 days prior to the expiry date without affecting the 12 month periodicity.
An ARD shall be issued by the appointed owner/operator’s Airworthiness Coordinator who is responsible for the continued airworthiness management of the aircraft once s(he) is satisfied according to CAR GEN Subpart E.
|FORM SM 14
Airworthiness Review Declaration
General Airworthiness & Registration Regulations