Welcome to the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) of New Zealand's online payment website.

Thank you for opting to pay your medical certification application fee and other licences online. Payment can be made by Mastercard, Visa, or internet banking using POLi (see link for further information on POLi). When you complete your online payment, a payment confirmation email will be sent to your email address.

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NOTE Regarding Licensing Application Payments:

  • You will need to complete and submit the relevant application form and with a copy of your online payment receipt. Click here to download the required application form.

  • Payment is required prior to processing applications.

  • Receipt number must be entered on application.

  • Please allow 10 working days from date of licence application being received at CAA for processing.

  • Please select one product per transaction (i.e. each product must be paid separately). Please note a product can include multiple product items.

The following products/fees are available for online payment:

Medical Certificate Application Fee

  • The medical certificate application fee must be paid before your medical examination.

  • The medical certificate application fee is not refundable.

  • Your Medical Examiner will require the receipt number at the time of booking your medical examination appointment. NB: Your receipt will be emailed to you following payment .

  • If you are living overseas, GST may be excluded from the transaction (see link on International tax residency).

  • Nominate a CAA medical examiner (see link for list of CAA medical examiners).

  • Please supply your CAA participant number. If you do not have a CAA participant number, your medical examiner will apply for one.

Replacement of Medical Certificate

Application for Replacement of Medical Certificate - for lost, stolen or damaged certificates.

Pilot Licences and Ratings

Part 61 prescribes rules relating to the requirements for the issue and holding of pilot licences and ratings, and student pilots. This includes the conditions, privileges, and limitations associated with those licences and ratings, and student pilots.

Air Traffic Services Personnel Licences and Ratings

Part 65 lays out what someone needs to do to hold an air traffic service licence, and ratings; what the licence and ratings allow them to do, and what they won’t allow them to do.

Aircraft Maintenance Personnel Licences

Part 66 lays out the rules applying to people who want to do aircraft maintenance, airworthiness inspections, and certification in New Zealand.

Recognition of Foreign Licences

Recognition of foreign pilot licences - holders of a current foreign pilot licence can apply for an equivalent New Zealand licence. Click here for more information.

Pilot Licences under Trans-Tasman Mutual Recognition Act (TTMRA)

Under the Trans-Tasman Mutual Recognition Act 1997 (TTMRA), holders of a current Australian commercial pilot licence or airline transport pilot licence can apply for an equivalent New Zealand licence. Click here for more information.

Miscellaneous Fees

Application for replacement licence.

See Civil Aviation Charges Regulations (No2) 1991 for a complete list of CAA fees and charges.

Education and Events

Airworthiness and Maintenance, Aviation Safety Fundamentals, Occurrence Investigation and Safety Management Systems workshops.

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