Aircraft Accident Reports

Pursuant to C.G.S. § 15-104, the operator of any aircraft involved in an accident within the State of Connecticut in which (1) any person is killed or injured or (2) damage in excess of one thousand dollars is sustained to the property of any person, other than property owned or controlled by the owner or operator, must complete and submit a report to the executive director of the Connecticut Airport Authority within fourteen (14) calendar days of the accident. Please click here for a copy of the report.


Aircraft Registration

Pursuant to C.G.S. § 13b-39a through 13b-39g, all aircraft which are based or primarily used at any airport facility, heliport, air navigation facility, restricted landing area or seaplane base in a municipality within the state must annually register with the relevant municipality. Please click here for a copy of the relevant statutes and instructions.


License Renewal Applications

Pursuant to C.G.S. § 13b-46, airports, heliports, and other air navigation facilities in Connecticut must apply to the CAA for license renewal and certify the availability of certain resources needed for safe and effective operation every three years. Please click here for a copy of the application.


Alteration and Expansion Applications

Pursuant to Conn. Regs. § 15-41-19 and Conn. Regs. § 15-41-20, applicants requesting approval for a significant alteration or extension of any existing licensed airport must submit an application to the CAA for approval and provide any relevant documents outlining the scope of work, maps, and and/or renderings. Please click here for a copy of the application.


Taking Standards

Pursuant to Conn. Gen. Stat. § 13b-45, the CAA has established and adopted standards for making a determination that public convenience, necessity or safety require the taking of any parcel of land or interest in land under Conn. Gen. Stat. § § 13b-43 and 13b-44. Please click here for a copy of the standards.