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Contact Brunei DCA

At the earliest opportunity, applicants are advised to contact the Aerodrome Standards Section, Regulatory Division via E-mail:,  giving as much detail as possible regarding future proposals and developments.

Consult our publication on the certification of aerodromes

We also advise applicants to familiarise themselves with the requirements in:-

The information on this page may be of assistance to you.

Should these still not answer your question, please contact us via E-mail:

How much does it cost?

Currently there is no fee imposed in the processing of the application. 

How long will it take for my application to be processed?

The certification process will take a minimum of 60 days from the date on which the aerodrome manual is agreed with the Regulatory Division, Department of Civil Aviation.

It is important that applicants submit the required paperwork sufficiently early to allow for detailed consideration of the application, and for inspection of the site. The Aerodrome Standards Section, Regulatory Division cannot undertake to reach a certification decision within a particular time scale or to meet a commercial deadline of the applicant.

How long is it valid for?

An aerodrome certificate will be issued without an expiry date. The certificate will remain in force until it is varied, suspended or revoked.

What else do I need to know?

  • International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Annex 14
  • Requirements, BAR 14 Volume I – Aerodromes
  • Relevant ICAO Doc associated with ICAO Annex 14

What happens next?

  • Regulatory Division will process the application, which includes an internal review and an inspection of the aerodrome.
  • On successful application, the certificate will be posted to the applicant by delivery, or hand delivered.