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Business Aircraft Operations to the Bahamas – Part 2: Handling, Fuel & Local Area

Business Aircraft Operations to the Bahamas – Part 2: Handling, Fuel & Local Area

For business aircraft operators, the quality of support services and infrastructure at outlying airports in the Bahamas is not the same as what you’ll experience at major airports there. Advance confirmation of required services is recommended – particularly in terms of aviation…

February 20, 2017 | 0 Comments More
Business Aircraft Operations to the Bahamas – Part 1: Airports, Permits & CIQ

Business Aircraft Operations to the Bahamas – Part 1: Airports, Permits & CIQ

The Commonwealth of the Bahamas – an island nation with more than 700 islands, cays and islets – stretches from just offshore Florida down to the Turks and Caicos Island group. This island group remains a very popular seasonal destination with modern-day general aviation…

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Caribbean Peak Season Bizjet Travel – Part 2: Permits, Slots, CIQ, Hotels, Security & More

Caribbean Peak Season Bizjet Travel – Part 2: Permits, Slots, CIQ, Hotels, Security & More

With the exception of Cuba, the Caribbean, for the most part, has few requirements for permits, airport slots or prior permission required (PPRs) making operating in this region more user friendly than in many other parts of the world. Customs, immigration, and quarantine (CIQ)…

November 2, 2016 | 0 Comments More
Caribbean Peak Season Bizjet Travel 2016 – Part 1: Airports, Parking & Ground Handling

Caribbean Peak Season Bizjet Travel 2016 – Part 1: Airports, Parking & Ground Handling

While the Caribbean region is a relatively easy operating environment for business aircraft operators in terms of permits, airport slots and documentation requirements, there are issues to consider during peak travel season. Parking runs out at certain locations, fuel uplifts…

October 24, 2016 | 0 Comments More
BizAv Planning Tips: Peak Season in the Caribbean - High Traffic Areas

BizAv Planning Tips: Peak Season in the Caribbean – High Traffic Areas

Caribbean island destinations tend to get busy between early November and late April each year. During peak season, particularly between U.S. Thanksgiving and New Year’s, and during Spring Break, general aviation (GA) movements to this region intensify significantly. During these peak periods parking, services, accommodations and fuel availability may be limited at times. The following […]

December 1, 2015 | 0 Comments More
CARICOM APIS – Rules for Business Aviation Operators to Know

CARICOM APIS – Rules for Business Aviation Operators to Know

The Caribbean Community and Common Market (CARICOM) Implementation Agency for Crime and Security (IACS) requires that all private non-revenue and commercial flights to/from and within 10 of the 15 CARICOM member states submit passenger information prior to arrival/departure. Although CARICOM Advanced Passenger Information System (APIS) went into effect February 1, 2007, there are still operators […]

December 30, 2014 | 0 Comments More
A Guide to Business Aviation Operation to the Caribbean (Just in time for the busy holiday season)

A Guide to Business Aviation Operations to the Caribbean (Just in time for the busy holiday season)

The Caribbean encompasses 30 territories – including sovereign states, overseas territories, and dependencies. Of the 700 islands, reefs, and cays in this region, a couple of dozen destinations are always popular with the business aviation community. During peak travel season each year […]

December 24, 2014 | 0 Comments More
Top In-Season Caribbean Destinations for Business Aircraft Operators - Part 2: CIQ, Permits, and Curfews

Top In-Season Caribbean Destinations for Business Aircraft Operators – Part 2: CIQ, Permits, and Curfews

While permit; Customs, Immigrations, and Quarantine (CIQ); and operating curfew issues are seldom problematic for the Caribbean region, it’s important to pre-plan to avoid complications and to smooth the regulatory/operational process day of operation […]

September 17, 2014 | 1 Comment More
Business Aviation Travel in the Caribbean during Peak Season

Business Aviation Travel in the Caribbean during Peak Season

The Caribbean is a fairly easy and straightforward operating environment for business aviation. Flying to this region, however, can be more challenging during peak winter travel periods. Aviation fuel shortages occur here and there every year, and the range of services is often limited on smaller islands. It’s best to plan trips early, particularly over […]

November 7, 2012 | 3 Comments More