Bermuda Civil Aviation Authority

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Aviation Exemptions and Deviations

BCAA may grant an Exemption against specific provisions of the Air Navigation (Overseas Territories) Order or Deviations against specific provisions of an OTAR. An applicant for an Exemption/Deviation should provide an appropriate risk assessment relevant to the situation for which the Exemption/Deviation is sought and a description of the manner in which the risks will be mitigated in accordance with its safety management system, where applicable. Find out more about the Exemptions/Deviations issued by BCAA.


Deviation Letter OTAR Part 21 - Reissue of Certificate of Airworthiness within 90 days

Deviation Letter OTAR Part 67 - Medical Standards and Approval of Medical Examiners

General Exemption AN(OT)O Article 44  - Flight training for inclusion of a new Type Rating on a Pilot Licence

Exemption AN(OT)O Article 135(1) - Restriction with respect to carriage for valuable consideration in aircraft registered outside the Territory - Revoked

Deviation Letter OTAR Part 21 - Cargo Pax Cabin (COVID-19)

Deviation Letter OTAR Parts 92, 121 & 125 - Dangerous Goods Training

Deviation Letter OTAR Part 121.1115(a); 121.1120(a); 121.1125(a) & 121.1155 - Commercial Air Transport Operations - Large Aeroplanes

Deviation Letter OTAR Parts 121 and 125 -  Recurrent Operator Training Programmes