Guidance

Listing of aviation security providers: guidance notes and application forms

This publication was withdrawn on 2 September 2015

From 1 April 2014 the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has responsibility for aviation security compliance functions.

Guidance notes on submitting an application to become a Listed Aviation Security Provider.

Documents

Listing application part A - general company/partnership information

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Listing application part B - security functions by location

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Detail

The purpose of these notes is to help aviation security providers submit an application to become listed under the Aviation Security (Aviation Security Service Providers) Regulations 2006. The Department for Transport (DfT) intends, in due course, that directed parties will only be able to contract with a company/partnership providing aviation security functions where that company/partnership is listed by DfT.

From 1 April 2014 the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has responsibility for aviation security compliance functions.