The Consultation Paper on Proposed AML/ATF Legislative Amendments sets out the measures the Bermuda Government proposes to take when Parliament reconvenes in May. Your feedback and comments are invited by 04 May, 2017.
The Bermuda Civil Aviation Authority (BCAA) regulates civil aviation in Bermuda and all aircraft on the Bermuda Aircraft Registry.
What do they do?
BCAA has a responsibility for the safety oversight of all local aviation activity which would include the aerodrome (including Air Traffic Management, Meteorological Services, Communications Navigation and Surveillance); certify/inspect one Bermuda air operator; foreign air operator oversight; and issuing of flight permits.
In addition, BCAA has established the Bermuda Aircraft Registry which enjoys a high reputation internationally as a safe, well-regulated registry. The Bermuda Aircraft Registry includes private aircraft (125 aircraft) and commercial aircraft operated under Article 83 bis Agreements (625 aircraft). For more information, please visit our website at www.bcaa.bm.