Replacement BMAA licence process
Request a replacement BMAA-issued NPPL
If your BMAA-issued licence contains an error, has been damaged or defaced, needs address or name details updated, or has been lost entirely, you must request a replacement licence document from the BMAA in order to be able to continue legally exercising the privileges of the licence.
For every scenario you will need to consider three aspects: completion and submission of this form, payment of the relevant fee (if applicable), and accompanying documents. These will be detailed in the following passage.
If the Microlight rating on your licence is still within its initial currency period or the rating has been subsequently revalidated by an examiner(s) known to the BMAA, nothing additional needs be provided for currency purposes, but if you wish the updated licence to also have the Microlight rating revalidated by the BMAA, the original logbook will need to be posted along with the licence to the BMAA office.
Please note: If you hold a Flight Radio Telephony Operator's licence which also needs an address change, you should request the address change through the CAA, as they will update the pilot's licence details and add the FRTOL privileges on the same document.
Documents and Supplementary evidence required
Address change - Original NPPL posted to BMAA, original logbook if rating required to be revalidated by BMAA
Name change - Original NPPL posted to BMAA, certified name change documents, original logbook if rating required to be revalidated by BMAA
Error on licence - Original NPPL posted to BMAA, original logbook if rating required to be revalidated by BMAA
Replacement for lost licence (if at same address) - Original logbook with logbook stamps/stickers to demonstrate currency. If stamps/stickers not used, GST pass sign-off is required in logbook
Replacement for lost licence (if address changed) - Certified colour photo ID for licence holder with new new address, original logbook with logbook stamps/stickers to demonstrate currency. If stamps/stickers not used, GST pass sign-off is required in logbook
Replacement for damaged licence - Original damaged NPPL posted to BMAA, original logbook if rating required to be revalidated by BMAA
Who can certify your documents: A professional body such as doctor, solicitor or Post Office. Alternatively, a UK-approved Microlight or SEP instructor or examiner. If you have undertaken a GST and seek to have the rating on your new licence renewed by test, any ID should be certified by the Flight Examiner who undertook your GST.
Please complete the form below
Once the form has been submitted please follow the link to BMAA Shop to pay the appropriate fee