To be eligible to register an aircraft in Bermuda, a company or person must be:
- A body incorporated in any part of the Commonwealth (includes Overseas Territories and Crown Dependencies) and which have their registered office or principal place of business in any other part of the Commonwealth, or
- An undertaking formed in accordance with the law of a European Economic Area State and which have their registered office, central administration or principal place of business within the European Economic Area, or
- A citizen/national of the United Kingdom, Commonwealth or European Economic Area State.
Persons or corporations who do not meet these requirements may be able to incorporate a company in Bermuda or in one of the other authorised jurisdictions.
To assist you with the process of registering an aircraft, BCAA provides a detailed checklist that you can use as a guide to registering an aircraft, the initial issue of a Certificate of Airworthiness and the requirements for Bermuda operational approval.
- State Safety Programme
- Requirements & Policy
- Advisory Circulars & Notices
For more information, contact:email@example.com