30
MAR
2020

FO.APMAN.00143

Request for cancellation, interruption or re-activation of an application

Application cancellation by the applicant

EASA will cancel an application upon request of the applicant. Once cancelled, an application cannot be reactivated. Should the applicant wish to continue with a cancelled application, a new application must be submitted to EASA. 

Applications can be cancelled by:

  • Changing the status of your application to “Cancelled” on the EASA Applicant Portal
  • Sending an informal email request to Applicant [dot] Services [at] easa [dot] europa [dot] eu
  • Submitting the FO.APMAN.00143 - Request for cancellation, interruption or re-activation of an application to Applicant [dot] Services [at] easa [dot] europa [dot] eu

Please only use one of the above communication channels. 

Cancellation date:  The cancellation date is always the receipt date of the cancellation request from the applicant. Any prior project inactivity period is not taken into account without having received an explicit request to cancel the project.

Fees and Charges: In accordance with Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2019/2153, the Agency levies fees and charges for all its certification and approvals activities.
Cancelled applications will be billed in accordance with Article 10.2 and 16.2 of Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2019/2153.  

Application interruption 

EASA may interrupt the following types of application upon request of the applicant: Type Certificate, Derivative, Major Change, Major Repair, STC, Major Change to STC, ETSOA and Maintenance Review Board (MRB) applications. If you wish to interrupt your application, please submit the completed form FO.APMAN.00143 to: Applicant [dot] Services [at] easa [dot] europa [dot] eu

Interruption period: An application may only be interrupted once, for a period not exceeding 18 months following the initial request to interrupt. If the initial request was for 6 or 12 months, the interruption may be extended to the total of 18 months. 
During the interruption period, EASA will not perform any work on the application and will, in case the application is older than one year, halt the F&C invoicing. The effectiveness of the application is not affected by the interruption period and remains at 3 or 5 years, as and if applicable, from the initial application date. 

Interruption date: An application cannot be interrupted retroactively. Any interruption period starts with the receipt of the request at EASA. 

Application reactivation: EASA will automatically reactivate the application at the end of the requested interruption period. Should you wish to reactivate your application prior to the end of the requested period, a request for early reactivation shall be submitted.

Fees and Charges: In accordance with Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2019/2153, the Agency levies fees and charges for all its certification and approvals activities.
The fee of an application interrupted within the first year since the application receipt shall not be reimbursed. Applications interrupted after the first year shall attract a cancellation fee or charge (crediting of the flat fee or charge and billing of actually performed hours (Art. 10.3 and 16.3 of Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2019/2153).
A reactivated application shall trigger a new fee or charge irrespective of the fees or charges already paid for the interrupted task (Art. 10.3 and 16.3 of Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2019/2153).

Interruption sample scenario

Please also see the related Information Sheet on the Interruption Process for a more detailed view.

Applicant Services

You will find further information in the form completion instructions, which are embedded in the form. Please also consult our FAQs.

Should you have any further question or suggestion, please contact the Certificate Delivery Team:  Applicant [dot] Services [at] easa [dot] europa [dot] eu  

For questions that are specifically related to the Fees & Charges and your invoice, please consult our FAQs.

 

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