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FAQs

The email address is asr@caacayman.com.

Contact email for Pilot Licencing/Certificate of Validation is flightcrewlicensing@caacayman.com.

The first step is to determine eligibility of owner to register an aircraft in the Territory and then submit required ownership documents through an online Registration Application. Please visit Aircraft Registration Process for full details.

A specific registration mark for the aircraft can be reserved, given details of the aircraft and the name of the proposed registering owner, or if that is not yet available then the name of the registering agent. Please send request to registrationenquiries@caaccayman.com and visit ‘Registering an aircraft in the Cayman Islands for more details.

The costs associated with registering an aircraft are listed on the Fee Summary. A quotation on the first year and annual costs can be provided upon an emailed request to accounts@caacayman.com, stating the Aircraft Type and Maximum Take-Off Weight (MTOW).

Most invoices produced by the CAACI are quoted in United States Dollars (US$). However, the Fee Regulations and fees are quoted in Cayman Islands Dollars (CI$).  The rate of conversion to United States Dollars (US$) is US$1 = CI$0.82.

Payment of invoices should be made within 30 days of the invoiced date.

The aircraft registration mark and invoice #’s being paid should be referenced on the wire transfer.

Methods of payment are described at web link Payment Methods Page.

Pilot license validations are normally obtained by submitting an application with the requisite supporting documentation through our VP-C Online portal.

The normal period is five working days after receipt of all required documentation.

Yes, the appropriate aircraft rating must be included in the licence.

A validation certificate is issued for twelve months and cost CI$250.00 or US$ 304.88.

The validation certificate is normally returned to the address of the operator of the aircraft, unless otherwise requested by him.

A mortgage can be registered for an aircraft registered in the Cayman Islands as security for a loan for that aircraft. Please see Mortgaging of Aircraft.

A mortgage registered within 14 days shall be deemed to have priority from the time when the priority notice was registered. A priority notice can be renewed at the end of each 14 day period indefinitely. However, there is a CI$250 fee at each renewal.

An appropriately approved Maintenance Organisation with a scope of approval commensurate with the work order request.
NOTE: this approval is not in lieu of the required OTAR Part 145 arrangements, but to cater for one-off circumstances. Applications are considered case by case for approval.

Aircraft Maintenance Organisations suitably approved by; EASA, TCCA, or US FAA. Additionally the CAACI under provision OTAR Part 145 can investigate for approval an Aircraft Maintenance Organisation that is not approved by an NAA listed above. This would be by direct oversight; OTAR Part 145 Option 2 is your reference.

Certificate of Airworthiness is valid for one year and may be renewed up to 60 days prior to expiry and still retain the original anniversary date.

All foreign registered aircraft operating into the territory for valuable consideration (given or promised) must obtain an appropriate operating permit (scheduled or non-scheduled) from the CAACI. Application forms are provided at web link CAACI Operating Permit Forms.

No, an owner operated aircraft that is operated for private purposes do not require a permit.

The Cayman Islands Airport Authority has jurisdiction over legislation pertaining to the development and control of obstacles affecting Owen Roberts and Charles Kirkconnell International Airports. The contact for guidance is the Senior Manager Air Navigation Services, Cayman Islands Airports Authority, P.O.Box.10098, Grand Cayman KY1-1001, Tel: 345 943-7070

The following application form should be filled out and submitted: Notification of Outdoor Laser, Search Light or Fireworks Operations

This process is explained in the Mandatory Occurrence Reporting Manual.

A. The Cayman Islands Airports Authority (CIAA) is responsible for the management and operation of the Owen Roberts and Charles Kirkconnell International Airports.

B. Edward Bodden Airfield, Little Cayman is a privately owned airstrip for domestic flights only. Operational control is under the Sister Islands District Administration.

No, but this can be obtained by contacting one of the following companies:

The Cayman Islands AIP is published by the Cayman Islands Airports Authority. A copy may be obtained from the CIAA’s Air Traffic Control/Aeronautical Information Services at – aisoria@caymanairports.com or from this web link CIAA AIP.