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Theme page about Temporary Admission

We have compiled all the relevant links and information on this page for your easy access

Added August 2019

What must an operator always be ready to document when flying within the EU?

  1. the flight pattern within the EU (use the Supporting Document and flight logs OR just flight logs, etc.)
  2. compliance with the TA regulation; all criteria are met with correct application of the limitations

How can OPMAS help, including our free service
If the aircraft arrives in Denmark as the first/last stop within the EU, we will gladly take care of the process and ask the Danish customs to stamp the Supporting Document for a minimal fee. We will also be glad to prepare the Supporting Document with the correct declarant and aircraft data, so that the crew can use the Supporting Document themselves and ask local customs at the arriving airport to stamp the Supporting Document if the route does not include Denmark. We will not charge anything for this service, but please be aware of the criteria and limitations when using TA and the Supporting Document this way.

We also offer an analysis of the owner/user/operator scenario to secure compliance with the TA regulation and provide guidance for the correct use of the TA. Hereafter, we secure the specific set-up and take care of all the supporting customs paperwork. Finally, we give specific instructions to crew and OPS on how to fly within the EU.

Watch a short presentation on how to fly within the European Union
If you want to know how to fly within the European Union (EU) without problems please have a look at this new short video we have produced. The video is produced in 2018 and includes the latest changes made by the EU.

Watch the video

Link collection for Temporary Admisison

OPMAS Reviews – Present an overview in various subjects
 KNOW MORE:
About Aircraft importation and admission in general | Updated Mar 2018
Start here to get an intro to Temporary Admission and full importation.
Gives you a quick overview  in aircraft importation and admission in the European Union. Please see the ‘Short Stories’ and ‘What are the 10 typical errors and misunderstandings’ for a deeper insight. Updated Sep 2019

OPMAS Short articles and stories
 KNOW MORE:
The short story about Temporary Admission | Added Aug 2018
These short stories are meant to only focus on important subjects with the use of short statements in order to give the reader a quick overview and a deeper insight.

 KNOW MORE: Temporary Admission: what are the 10 typical errors and misunderstandings? Added Nov 2018
We have compiled the most typical errors and misunderstandings in the list below and have included a short explanation and a link to access for further information.

Various documents from the EU Commission
KNOW MORE: Supporting document for an oral customs declaration (ready-to-use PDFs with editable fields)
Download the ‘Supporting document for an oral customs declaration’ when using Temporary Admission.

 KNOW MORE: 2014 working paper from EU Customs Code Committee
This working paper was made by the EU Customs Code Committee on request from IBAC/NBAA in order get clarification about the usage of Temporary Admission within the EU.

OPMAS Quick Guides – Compare Temporary Admission and full importation
KNOW MORE: Private and corporate aircraft / Part 91 operators or similar | Updated Nov 2017
The Quick Guide covers the typical case where an aircraft is owned/operated by a company or legal entity and used for private and corporate purposes.

KNOW MORE: International AOC / Part 135 charter certificate holders or similar  | Updated Nov 2017
The Quick Guide covers the typical case where an aircraft is operated commercially by international AOC Part 135/ charter certificate holders.

We have also made a “Theme page about full importation

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