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AIP Romania,
GEN 1.2-3:
 
3. Non-scheduled air transport
3.1 Commercial charter flights
3.1.1(1) The authorization of flights classified under public air transport operations as non-scheduled flights, performed with civil aircraft registered in another State, having the point of origin and/or point of destination within the Romanian territory, is granted, on behalf of Ministry of Transport, by RCAA in compliance with the provisions of the international agreements to which Romania is party.
3.1.1(2) By way of exception from the provisions of the paragraph 3.1.1(1) above, the flights classified under public air transport operations as non-scheduled air services, performed with civil aircraft registered in another state on routes that fall under the Regulation (EC) No 1008/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 September 2008 on common rules for the operation of air services in the Community having the point of origin and/or destination within the Romanian territory may be carried out by the air carriers of the EU member states only on the basis of a notification to be submitted to:

Romanian Civil Aeronautical Authority (RCAA)
Overflight Department
Sos. Bucureşti-Ploieşti nr. 38-40, sector 1, cod 013695, Bucureşti ROMANIA
TEL: +40-(0)21-2081508
FAX: +40-(0)21-2081572 +40-(0)21-2334062
e-mail: overflight@caa.ro

The notification shall include the schedule of operation, any amendments thereto, as well as the type and registration marks of the aircraft. The above-mentioned air carriers must be able to demonstrate, upon request, that they meet the requirements provided for in the legislation in force applicable to the respective flights.
3.1.2 The right to perform flights classified under public air transport operations as non-scheduled air services to/from Romania is normally reserved to the operators of the aircraft of the two countries concerned, i.e. of the country of origin and of destination of the traffic.
3.1.3 Except the aircraft with take-off weight less than 5700 kg or the aircraft with less than 10 (ten) passenger seats, the third countries air operators may be granted a flight authorization to perform such flights to the extent the aeronautical authority of the State of the respective air operator agrees to grant similar reciprocal rights to both Romanian air operators and EU Member States air operators established in Romania.
3.1.4 Unless the international agreements to which Romania is party provide otherwise, the application for flight authorization shall be submitted:
a) at least two (2) working days before the date of the first flight, if the number of flights is less than three (3) within 14 days,
b) at least seven (7) working days before the date of the first flight, if the number of flights is four (4) or more within 14 days.
3.1.5 The application shall be submitted to the below mentioned address and the information provided shall be in accordance with the form shown in page GEN 1.2-13:

Romanian Civil Aeronautical Authority (RCAA)
Overflight Department
Sos. Bucureşti-Ploieşti nr. 38-40 Sector 1, Cod 013695, Bucureşti
TEL: +40-(0)21-2081500
FAX: +40-(0)21-2081583
AFTN: LRBBYRYR
SITA: BUHTOYA
e-mail: overflight@caa.ro
 
3.1.6 Arrival/departure slots shall be applied for and obtained from the airports involved by the operator of the aircraft before submitting the application for flight authorization.
 
AIP Romania,
GEN 1.2-4:
 
3.1.7 After receipt of the flight authorization, the operator of the aircraft shall file a flight plan. The format, contents and conditions of the flight plan shall be in accordance with the applicable international standards.
3.1.8 After receipt of the flight authorization, any change in the flight schedules, such as introduction of additional/extra flights, changes of aircraft type for well-grounded reasons, change of route or flight time, flight cancellations, shall be notified by the operator of the aircraft to RCAA, at least two (2) days before the date of change.
3.1.9 The flight authorization shall be deemed as granted if no reply is received from RCAA twenty four (24) hours before the date of starting the flight.
3.1.10 With the exception of the cases provided at Item 5 (Other categories of international flights), international non-scheduled flights, performed by civil aircraft registered in another State, in transit non-stop across the territory of Romania and stops for non-traffic purposes, are considered as authorized provided a flight plan has been filed for the respective flights on a published ATS route, the aircraft used are insured for damages caused to third parties on ground in accordance with the insurance requirements set out in Regulation (EC) No 785/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 April 2004 on insurance requirements for air carriers and aircraft operators, and, in case of stops for non-traffic purposes they are performed to an international airport.

3.2 Ambulance and governmental flights
3.2 International flights performed by civil aircraft registered in another State, classified under air ambulance operations or emergency medical assistance, and/or SAR, or flights over areas affected by natural disasters, as well as the flights performed by civil aircraft having on board official governmental and presidential delegations shall be considered as public air transport operations and in case of stops within the Romanian territory, a flight authorization is necessary.
3.2.1 The application for air ambulance operations or emergency medical assistance, and/or SAR, or flights over areas affected by natural disasters, shall be submitted to RCAA at least thirty (30) minutes before starting the operation.
3.2.2 The application for civil aircraft having on board official governmental and presidential delegations shall be submitted, through the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to RCAA for their approval at least two (2) days before starting the flight.

3.3 Documentary requirements for clearance of aircraft
3.3.1 Same requirements as for SCHEDULED AIR TRANSPORT.
 
4. General Aviation and Aerial Work
4.1 International flights classified as civil general aviation operations in transit non-stop across the territory of Romania and/or with stops for non-traffic purposes are considered as authorized provided a flight plan has been filed for the respective flights, the aircraft used are insured for damages caused to third parties on ground in accordance with the insurance requirements set out in Regulation (EC) No 785/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 April 2004 on insurance requirements for air carriers and aircraft operators, and, in case of stops for non-traffic purposes they are performed to an international airport or opened for the international traffic and they are certified in accordance with the regulations in force and published in AIP-ROMANIA.
4.2 International flights classified as civil general aviation operations with landings/takeoffs within the Romanian territory are considered as authorized provided a flight plan has been filed for the respective flights, the aircraft used are insured for damages caused to third parties on ground in accordance with the insurance requirements set out in Regulation (EC) No 785/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 April 2004 on insurance requirements for air carriers and aircraft operators, and, the first landing or final departure is performed to/from an international airport or opened for the international traffic and they are certified in accordance with the regulations in force and published in AIP-ROMANIA.
4.3 The flight classified as aerial work operations performed with civil aircraft registered in another State within the Romanian air space, on published ATS routes, shall require a flight authorization
 
AIP Romania,
GEN 1.2-5:
 
5. Other categories of flights
5.1 Performance of a technical flight within the Romanian air space with a civil aircraft registered in other State requires a flight authorization. The application is submitted to RCAA at the above-mentioned address, at least twenty four (24) hours before the date of flight. The application shall include the authorization issued by the Aeronautical Authorities of the State of registry of the aircraft proving that the aircraft is airworthy.
5.2 The domestic and international flights with civil aircraft, with or without landing/ take-off to/ from Romanian territory, for the carriage of troops, weapons, ammunition of war, explosives, radioactive materials and other dangerous goods, with or without take-off/ landing into Romanian territory, an authorization is required. This authorization may be given either by the Ministry Of Transport, or by the Romanian Civil Aeronautical Authority, as the case may be, upon receipt of the advice of the Romanian Ministry of Defence.
5.3 The application to obtain the flight authorization and advice provided for in para 5.2 above, shall be submitted to the Romanian Civil Aeronautical Authority at least ten (10) working days before the date of flight and it shall contain all relevant information and documents mentioned in the form shown in page GEN 1.2-13.
5.4 The flight authorization for civil aircraft registered in another State carrying dangerous goods shall be given, on behalf of the Ministry Of Transport, by the Romanian Civil Aeronautical Authority.
5.5 In accordance with the provisions of the Order no. 2066 of 9 November 2006, issued by the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure, and published in the Official Gazette of Romania, Part I, no. 947 of 23 November 2006, civil aircraft involved in the carriage of dangerous goods that are forbidden for air transport in normal circumstances, in accordance with the ICAO documents are not allowed to perform flights within the Romanian air space.
5.6 Waivers from the provisions of para 5.5 above may be granted by the Romanian Civil Aeronautical Authority only if the respective transport is justified by a major public interest. Such a waiver shall be granted with the approval of the minister of transport.
5.7 The applications for the carriage of dangerous goods shall contain information about the nature of cargo in accordance with ICAO Doc 9284 current edition.
5.8 Upon request, a copy of the certificate issued by the appropriate authority of the State of registry of the air operator proving that it is entitled to carry dangerous goods shall also be attached to the application.
5.9 Articles and substances that are specifically identified by name or by generic description in the Technical Instructions (ICAO Doc 9284 ) as being forbidden for transport by air under any circumstances shall not be approved on any aircraft.
5.10 In case the consignment contains radioactive materials, the air operator shall provide to the Romanian Civil Aeronautical Authority a copy of the authorization issued by the National Commission for the Control of Nuclear Activities (CNCAN).
5.11 The contact information of the National Commission for the Control of the Nuclear Activity are as follows:

B-dul Libertăţii Nr. 14, Sector 5
BUCUREŞTI, ROMÂNIA
Fax: +40-(0)21-3173887
Tel: +40-(0)21-3160572

5.12 Provided the period of submission of an application in accordance with para. 5.3 above is met, the passenger and/or cargo scheduled air operators may be granted, upon request, a flight authorization (including MoD advice) for the carriage of dangerous goods included in Class 2, 3 (except Liquid desensitized explosives, UN Code 1204, 2059, 3064, 3343, 3357 and 3379) Class 4,5,6 (except Infectious Substances, Division 6.2, Compatibility group A, UN Code 2814, 2900) Class 8 or 9. The flight authorization/advice shall be valid for limited periods of time or/and schedule of operation provided the following requirements are met:
a) submission by the air operator, before starting the respective schedule of operation of the following documents edited either in the English language or in the Romanian language:
- copy of the AOC and its Operating Specifications;
- copy of the certificate issued by the competent authority of the State of registry of the air operator proving that it is entitled to carry dangerous goods;
b) submission to RCAA of a notification three (3) hours before departure of aircraft of the details about the dangerous goods to be carried: Class or Division, UN Code, Proper Shipping Name, applicable Packing Instructions, Type of Package, Weight of Package, Numbers of Packages. The respective notification and the information regarding type of aircraft and flight number shall be transmitted by RCAA to MoD, ROMATSA and the Romanian airport if applicable.
 
AIP Romania,
GEN 1.2-6:
 
5.13 By way of exception from the provisions of paragraphs 5.3, 5.7 and 5.8, the medical emergency flights and the domestic and international flights of the air operators holding a valid license issued in accordance with the Regulation (EC) No. 1008/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 September 2008 on common rules for the operation of air services in the Community, performed by the civil aircraft carrying dangerous goods allowed for air transport in normal circumstances and included in Class 2, 3 (except Liquid desensitized explosives, UN Code 1204, 2059, 3064, 3343, 3357 and 3379) Class 4, 5, 6 (except Infectious Substances, Division 6.2, Compatibility group A, UN Code 2814, 2900) Class 8 or 9 shall be considered authorized if the air operator will notify ROCAA, before the flight performance the following information: flight schedule, type / registration of aircraft and details about the dangerous goods to be transported: class, UN code, proper shipping name, quantity; aircraft will be on board a copy of the certificate issued by the competent authority of the State of origin of the air operator, showing the right and ability to carry dangerous goods. Full notification will be sent immediately by the Romanian CAA, to the Ministry of Defence / Department of Over-flight, Relationships and Aviation Regulations, to the “Romanian Administration of Air Traffic Services” – ROMATSA and to the destination airport, when it is in Romania, together with information on aircraft type and flight number.
5.14 In case of flights with landings / take-offs within the Romanian territory, performed by civil aircraft carrying troops, weapons, ammunition, explosives, radioactive materials and other dangerous goods does not apply the provisions specified in paragraph 3.1.