Aircraft within EASA’s scope of competence must be reviewed annually. This applies to Appendis I Aircraft registered in the Swiss Register and those registred in EASA member countries. We have the Part M Subpart I privilege allowing us to issue Airworthiness Review Certificates or Recommendations. The EASA Periodic Review may take place within 90 days of the expiration of the Airworthiness Review Certificate (ARC). An Aircraft whose examination certificate is no longer valid can no longer fly. Ours ARS (Airworthiness Review Staff) inspectors are at your disposal to arrange an appointment and perform the ARC of your Aircraft. You will find their coordinates as well as their locations Under the menus Airplane / Glider / Helicopter. At the end of the examination, the airworthiness review certificate F15b (validity 1 year) will be issued by us. In the event that your Aircraft is tracked by our CAMO, this review is provided for in your contract.