ETA Certification

The Certificate of Approval of Airline (CHETA), document issued by the National Agency of Civil Aviation which enables the operation of commercial aviation companies, has changed name and now called the Certificate of Airline (ETA). This is one of the changes that the FAA is introducing in the Brazilian Aeronautical Regulation (RBHA) 119, which became RBAC - Brazilian Rules of Civil Aviation. Besides the name change was made ‚Äč‚Äčother changes following the trend of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). 12/11/09

A person holding a concession for conducting services of regular public air transport issued by the FAA must obtain a Certificate of Airline (Certified ETA - CHETA old) and their operations specifications before commencing such operations.

The Certificate ETA and COAP authorize its holder to perform operations.


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