Frequently Asked Question (FAQs)
You are legally responsible for the safe conduct of each drone flight. Take time to understand the rules since failure to comply could lead to criminal prosecution. To learn more, please click on the following links from the Civil Aviation Authority Cayman Islands (CAACI) website Drones in the Cayman Islands.
The Civil Aviation Authority Cayman Islands (CAACI) is responsible for the certification and regulatory safety oversight of Air Naviation Services throughout the territory. They also ensure that the Cayman Islands aviation industry conforms to the standards and recommended practices of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). Please click on link to information from the CAACI website for further details on How to Obtain Permission to Operate a Small Unmanned Aircraft.
The CIAA owns and operates the two commercial terminals: Owen Roberts International Airport on Grand Cayman and Charles Kirkconnell International Airport on Cayman Brac. Whereas, the Civil Aviation Authority Cayman Islands (CAACI) is the statutory authority responsible for providing technical and economic regulatory oversight for the Cayman Islands' aviation industry. Please click on link for further details on the CAACI website.
An application form must be completed and submitted to the Cayman Islands Airports Authority. Applicants must be Caymanian and must have held a valid Cayman Islands Taxi Drivers Licence for at least 12 month. To obtain the application form and guidelines, please download the Taxi Application Form and Sign Up Procedure. It should be noted that there is a quota of 60 taxi operators allowed to service the airport. Applicants are therefore placed on a waiting list.
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