Continuing Airworthiness

In order to make sure that an aircraft is in a condition for safe operation, its airworthiness has to be continuously monitored. This concept is called “continuing airworthiness“. Depending on the purpose for which the aircraft is used, continuing airworthiness can be managed by:

  • an airline or individual organization,
  • an aircraft owner/user.

Airline or individual continuing airworthiness management organization have to be approved by the CAAK in line with the requirements set forth in Regulation No. 07/2015 (EC Reg. 1321/2014)


09-2017 Reporting, analysis and follow-up of occurrences in civil aviation
07-2015 Continuing Airworthiness of Aircraft and Aeronautical Products, Parts and Appliances, and on the approval of Organisations and Personnel involved in these tasks

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Bajram Xhemaili

Airworthiness Inspector


Tel: +383 38 248 629 ext.103


Matej Krasniqi

Airworthiness Inspector


Tel: +383 38 248 629 ext.102