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NOTICE TO PILOTS AND OPERATORS – Certificate of Validation (CoV)

Overseas Territories Aviation Requirements (OTAR) reference 61.701 The COVID-19 pandemic continues to adversely affect the aviation world in many ways, one of which is with regards to flight crew maintaining the validity of their licences/ratings, as well as that of operational checks. With regards to flight crew licences, the CAACI issues CoVs, eligibility for which [...]

Holders of United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Flight Crew Licences supporting a Cayman Islands Foreign Licence Validation Certificate (FLVC)

The CAACI has already provided Variations to the Overseas Territories Aviation Requirements (OTAR) in support of a relaxed renewal policy for flight crew and operators. In the case of FLVCs, extensions of existing validations are granted based on receipt of evidence that the ICAO State issuing the base licence has granted an extension due to [...]

CAMO Recommendation to Operators

21 April, 2020 Based on the current global situation, some Cayman registered aircraft owners may find their aircraft inaccessible or grounded for an extended period of time.  For this reason, some required maintenance tasks may not be readily able to be accomplished.  This will render the Certificate of Airworthiness to be no longer In Force [...]

COVID-19 Advisory for Foreign Registered Aircraft Operators

Advisory to Cayman Islands Travel Partners The Cayman Islands Government (CIG) has been monitoring the progress of the Coronavirus/COVID 19 pandemic and announced varying initiatives to reduce the transmission of COVID 19 throughout the Cayman Islands. The Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands (CAACI) issued a notice on Monday, 10 April 2020 in regards [...]


Pilot Age Limits Subject Issue Date Guidance on Pilot Age Limits When Operating Into The Cayman Islands 01-20 02 March 2020 GENERAL Cayman Islands Civil Aviation Authority (CAACI) Bulletins are issued to provide advice, guidance and information on standards, practices and procedures necessary to support Overseas Territory Aviation Requirements (OTARS). They are not [...]


To further strengthen Customs and Border Control’s (“CBC”) capacity and capability to adequately identify, investigate and detect cases of money laundering (ML) and terrorist financing (TF), The Customs and Border Control (Amendment) Law, 2019 (“the Law”) and the Customs and Border Control (Money Declarations and Disclosures) Regulations, 2019 came into force on 10 February 2020.


The Advance Passenger Information Law, 2018 facilitates the provision of advance passenger information (API) relating to passengers and crew members of an aircraft or maritime vessel and makes provision for the sharing of that information with other partner jurisdictions for the purpose of enhancing border security.


All turbine-engined aeroplanes of a maximum certificated take-off mass (TOM) in excess of 5,700 kg, or authorized to carry more than 19 passengers, shall be equipped with an airborne collision avoidance system (ACAS II) in accordance with the provision of ICAO Annex 6 Part 1, ICAO Annex 10 Volume 4 and OTAR Part 135.785 and 121.785.

CAACI at ABACE 2019 in Shanghai, China

The Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands (CAACI) exhibited at the Asian Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition (ABACE) in Shanghai, China.