The following is a basic listing of sequential events that must occur before the deregistration of an aircraft can occur.
ATTN: DIRECTOR OF AIR SAFETY
Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands
Unit #2, Cayman Grand Harbour
Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands KY1-1003
Fax : (345)949-0761
An aircraft that has a registered mortgage on the CAACI Mortgage Register will require a letter from the mortgagee as to how the mortgage is to be handled. If the mortgage is to be discharged under the Mortgaging of Aircraft Regulations (2015), sec 9, A Mortgage Discharge Application Form is to be completed and submitted to CAACI to Jane Panton . If the aircraft mortgage will not be discharged, CAACI requires a certified/notarized confirmation letter from the Mortgagee that the mortgage will not be discharged but remains in force and that a notation will remain on the CAACI Mortgage Register.
Note: the CAACI’s obligation under the Mortgaging of Aircraft Regulations (2015) is to notify the mortgagee that the registered owner/mortgagor intends to deregister the aircraft, change particulars of the registration or change ownership. Although it is possible for the mortgage to remain registered with the CAACI under section 12 of the Regulations, if the aircraft is no longer registered with the CAACI, this obligation would fall away as the CAACI no longer maintains particulars on the aircraft to give notification of any changes.
CAACI will advise the new State of Registry of the aircraft being deregistered from the CAACI Register as instructed by the owner or person responsible. CAACI will ensure that the RVSM and Mode S authorizations are deregistered from the relevant agencies. It is the responsibility of the aircraft owner or the owner’s agent to advise the UK rescue coordination center of changes to the information on file for the 406 MHz ELT. Contact information for the center follows:
United Kingdom Mission Control Centre (UKMCC)
Aeronautical Rescue Co-ordination Centre (ARCC)
Royal Air Force Kinloss