The operator of an Aruban registered aircraft is responsible for ensuring that their aircraft is airworthy, and have in place the appropriate arrangements for continuing airworthiness management.
However, AUA-OPS 2 (GA) Aruban operators are at liberty of contracting an approved Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization (CAMO) to fulfill continuing airworthiness associated tasks (no DCA Aruba approval is required for this).
Refer to the Directors Decree no. DLA / 2007-001 dated 6 March 2007 for information concerning continuing airworthiness. Refer to AMC-012 for further documents required for the DCA airworthiness inspection.