How to Become a Certificated Regulated Air Cargo Agent
||Complete an application for certification
||Complete Fit and Proper Person Questionnaire forms
24FPP for ...
- CEO, and
- All Senior Persons.
||Obtain Criminal and Transport Offence History
Reports to accompany Fit and Person Questionnaire(s)
- Criminal history can be obtained from
the Ministry of Justice on form Priv/FI (see CAA24FPP);
- Transport Offence can be obtained by
requesting a Traffic Offence History Report from Land Transport
New Zealand, Palmerston North (see CAA24FPP).
||Document the procedures to comply with the
requirements of Part 109. These procedures are needed to
form the exposition (a manual) required under rule
109.71. Guidance on the procedures can be found in
Advisory Circular AC109-1.
||Send the following completed documents to the
- Application form CAA24109/01,
- Senior Person Fit and Proper
Questionnaire form(s) CAA24FPP,
- Company Exposition.
||Where there is a need to initiate security check
determinations for rule 109.59 authorisation purposes
prior to a final certificate being issued, application
form CAA24109/1 can be sent with notification that the
exposition is to be provided at a later date. The CAA
will provide you with your CAA client number so that
security check determinations for authorisations under
rule 109.59 can be commenced with the Aviation Security
Service (note certification will not be completed until
the exposition has been accepted by the Director).
||Ensure that the facilities to be used comply with
the access control requirements of Part 109.
||The CAA will assess the application and exposition
to ensure it provides for the outcomes required in Part
||The CAA may conduct interviews of the CEO and senior
persons to ascertain their knowledge of the requirements
for Part 109.
||The CAA may conduct an onsite inspection of the
access controlled facilities as part of the
||The Director will grant a regulated air cargo agent
certificate in accordance with rule 109.9 along with
Specifications for the Certificate.
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