Air Safety Regulation

The Air Safety Regulation division is responsible for the regulatory oversight of all aircraft on the Cayman Islands Aircraft Registry and all CAACI approved organisations and operators.

Thank you for visiting our website, from this page you can readily navigate to your point of interest. We have divided our website area into two disciplines:

Airworthiness

Click here to gain access to the Airworthiness Section and that of: Aircraft Certification, Continuing Airworthiness and Aircraft Maintenance.

Flight Operations

Click here to gain access to the Flight Operations Section and that of: Commercial and Private Flight Operations, Pilot Licensing, and Small Unmanned Aircraft.

Regulations and Requirements are available here, including the details of the relationships we have with Air Safety Support International. Under the Quick Links section on the left you can find links to guidance material on all related Approvals, Licenses, and Certificates along with a link to our CAACI guidance material; Cayman Islands Aviation Circulars (CIACs). Under the Bulletins section, also on the left you can view our Bulletin Section where we publish bulletins on safety initiatives and urgent matters.

The Air Safety Regulation (ASR) Division falls under the direction of the Director Air Safety Regulation. With its office primarily located in Grand Cayman, we have a multi-disciplinary team based in several geographical locations comprising 18 personnel who have been recruited from a wealth of aviation experiences. Team members include key specialists in the areas of Flight Operations (fixed and rotary wing), Airworthiness, Pilot Licensing, Dangerous Goods, Safety Management Systems, and Cabin Crew Training. Our team is closely manged to ensure the objectives of the Cayman Islands aircraft register is met in maintaining its high standing reputation in providing professional regulatory services.

ASR understands the challenges of aircraft operations; we are committed to support our clients in meeting these challenges in a supportive, pragmatic and compliant approach. We believe strongly in safety partnerships and strive to develop relationships to achieve this. The CAACI has several relationships with other major National Aviation Authorities; we build on these relationships in support of our clients, offering sustainable operational solutions.

Working with industry, we have developed and enjoy a significant approved infrastructure for the benefit of our operators using aircraft on the Cayman Islands Aircraft Register. We continue to develop this approved organisational and global infrastructure in the best interests of all associated with the Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands.

We enjoy working with our clients and strive to offer our support in a reactive and proactive manner to meet with your operational needs.

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