Bermuda Civil Aviation Authority

All aircraft accidents and serious incidents occurring in Bermuda or involving a Bermuda registered aircraft should be reported to both:

In the event of an aircraft accident or serious incident, contact the AAIB


Export Certificate of Airworthiness

An Export Certificate of Airworthiness may be required by an importing State Civil Aviation Authority to provide confirmation that the current State of Registry has conducted a recent satisfactory review of the airworthiness status of the aircraft and, apart from any agreed deviations, found the aircraft to be in compliance with the applicable Type Certificate.

The Export Certificate of Airworthiness is not a flight authority and does not authorise the aircraft for flight.

There is no validity period for an Export Certificate of Airworthiness. It is up to the importing State Civil Aviation Authority to determine the period for which it will accept it as valid.

Applicable Requirements

Applying for an Export Certificate of Airworthiness

To apply for an Export Certificate of Airworthiness, the Bermuda approved CAMO should submit a recommendation on BCAA Export Certificate of Airworthiness – AW-201(e) to the Principle Airworthiness Inspector or to

The related fees and charges will be invoiced to the applicant, upon completion of the process.

Aircraft Inspection

The aircraft must be made available for inspection by an Airworthiness Inspector. The CAMO or Technical Coordinator will liaise with the Inspector to determine a mutually convenient time and location for the inspection and is required to present the aircraft with all relevant airworthiness records to the Inspector.

The aircraft must be in the following condition:

  • In a suitable hangar
  • Power available on the aircraft
  • Flaps in the down position
  • Any cargo bays open
  • Any equipment bays open
  • Any APU bays open
  • Engine cowls open
  • Adequate access equipment (steps and platforms) available
  • Adequate lighting available