FAQ n.19300

A.8 - How much do I have to pay if I withdraw my application or if the Agency interrupts the certification task?

Answer

  • For those products referred to in Tables 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 of Part I of the annex to Regulation (EU) 319/2014, the balance of the fee due, calculated on an hourly basis for the ongoing period of 12 months but not exceeding the applicable flat fee, shall be payable in full at the time EASA stops working, together with any other amounts due at that time, such as travel costs. The fees levied for previous completed periods will not be refunded.
  • For those products referred to in Table 5 of Part I of the annex to Regulation (EU) 319/2014, as last amended, the balance of the fee due, calculated on an hourly basis but not exceeding the applicable flat fee, shall be payable in full at the time EASA stops working, together with any other amounts due at that time, such as travel costs.
  • For approval fees related to organisations referred to in Tables 7 to 12 of Part I of the Annex to Regulation (EU) 319/2014, the balance of the fee due, calculated on an hourly basis but not exceeding the applicable approval fee, shall be payable in full at the time EASA stops working, together with any other amounts due at that time, such as travel costs.
  • For surveillance fees for organisations referred to in Tables 7 to 12 of Part I of the Annex to Regulation (EU) 319/2014, the balance of the fee due, calculated on an hourly basis for the ongoing period of 12 months but not exceeding the applicable flat fee, shall be payable in full at the time EASA stops working, together with any other amounts due at that time, such as travel costs. The fees levied for previous completed periods will not be refunded.
  • For services, all costs shall be payable in full at the time EASA stops working.

In the event that a project is reactivated at the request of the applicant, this task shall be charged as a new project.

(Reference: Article 9 to Regulation (EU) 319/2014)

Last updated: 
11/08/2014

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