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FAQ n.20967

How are the Rotorcraft Product categories defined for the calculation of the EASA Fees and Charges?

Answer

Implementing Regulation 2019/2153 establishes the EASA Fees and Charges and defines in Part V points (2) and (3) the following categories of Rotorcraft Products for this purpose (only):

“‘VTOL’ refers to rotorcraft or any other heavier-than-air aircraft that has the capability of vertical take-off and/or vertical landing. ‘HTOL’ refers to any heavier-than-air aircraft that is not a VTOL.“

“‘VTOL Large Aircraft’ refers to CS-29 and CS-27 CAT A aircraft; ‘VTOL Small Aircraft’ refers to CS-27 aircraft with maximum take-off weight (MTOW) below 3 175 kg and limited to 4 seats, including pilot; ‘VTOL Medium Aircraft’ refers to other CS-27 aircraft.” 

The applicable Fees and Charges category for each product can be consulted in the EASA website under 'Product Lists'.

Last updated
27/01/2020

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