Efficient Business Aviation Permissions for Overflight and Landings at Trinidad and Tobago International Airports
Overflight and Landing Permits in Trinidad and Tobago’s International Operations
In Trinidad and Tobago, Overflight Permits are generally not required for flights in the Caribbean region, although some countries may necessitate Landing Permits. These permits have no specified validity hours, and there are no lead time requirements for obtaining them. Additionally, Trinidad and Tobago does not impose any Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) processing fees for Overflight Permits. The Air Navigation bill is managed by the Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority (ECCAA) located in St. Johns, and weekend days for CAA (Air Transport) operations are Saturday and Sunday. Trinidad and Tobago holds an ICAO Area Code of TA, operates under the TAPA FIR/UIR code, and is recognized as an ICAO Member State but not a EUROCONTROL Member State.
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