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

Career Opportunities

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Learn more about the roles and qualifications needed in our various departments.


Airworthiness Inspectors

An Inspector requires a minimum of five (5) years’ post qualification experience as a licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer. Such experience would include an element of administration in an aviation technical or management role, or a combination of similar experience, acceptable to the Authority. Inspectors are responsible for examining, investigating, reviewing, and assessing all airworthiness information to ensure that internationally recognised standards of airworthiness and engineering are achieved by airlines, operators, approved companies, private owners, and licensed aircraft engineers for all aircraft on, or desiring acceptance on, the Bermuda Aircraft Registry.


Flight Operations Inspectors

An Inspector with a degree in aviation or business administration would be an asset. An Air Transport Pilot's License (aeroplanes) issued by a major ICAO contracting state (ATPL) and a minimum of 3000 hours total time (with at least 2000 combined hours as PIC or PIC under supervision) of a variety of aircraft types similar to those used by air operators. Experience as a Pilot in Command employed by an Airline and/or Private Operator for over 3 years on aircraft in excess of 20,000kg MTOW. Completion of a Flight Operations Inspector Training course delivered by an acceptable National Aviation Authority (FAA, EASA, Transport Canada, UK CAA, Singapore CAA).

Dangerous Goods Inspector

A degree in aviation or business administration would be an asset. The Dangerous Goods Inspector conducts inspections and audits on all entities engaged in the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air (including the transport of Munitions of War), which are situated within Bermuda and makes recommendations to the Director of Operations for the granting of approvals when required. These inspections include but are not limited to any entity engaged in the import of goods to Bermuda. The post holder also undertakes Dangerous Goods regulatory and oversight duties with respect to Air Operators based at or transiting through the L.F. Wade International Airport and where applicable makes recommendations for approval or authorisation of such activities.

Licencing Officer

An Associate degree or diploma in aviation or business administration would be an asset. The Officer ensures that Flight Crew operating Bermuda registered aircraft possess current Licence Certificates of Validation; all Aircraft Maintenance Engineers involved in Line Maintenance of Bermuda registered aircraft possess current Licence Certificates of Validation; that all Air Traffic Control officers engaged within the Bermuda Air Traffic Control Office are appropriately licensed. The Officer also ensures all operators of aircraft registered in Bermuda are duly approved to operate in such airspace, which requires special authorization, if so requested by the operator.

Safety Oversight

Requires a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Engineering or other relevant discipline. A minimum of 5 years' relevant experience including quality and safety auditing/evaluating and policy or procedure development. An aviation background either as a Commercial Pilot or as an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer or equivalent.

Finance, Administration, Human Resources, Information Technology, Business Development and Registrations

These departments comprise of the support areas for the regulatory body BCAA and the Bermuda Aircraft Registry.