top of page
Search

Bahamas Global Clearance Advisory Circular, Foreign AOC Regulations & Travel Health Visa Webinar




FORT LAUDERDALE FL - Bahamas Global Clearance hosted a Virtual Information Session on The Bahamas Advisory Circular, Regulations for the Foreign AOC and Update on the Travel Health Visa for The Islands Of The Bahamas on Thursday, August 20, 2020 in partnership with Bahamas Customs Department, Bahamas Ministry of Tourism and Aviation, Bahamas Civil Aviation Authority.


There are a number of companies that are not current with FAOC Operations Specifications validation certificate from the BCAA. All 135+ operators that possess Bahamas Charter Permits from the Air Transport Licensing Section will also need to make application to the BCAA for the FAOC Operations Specifications.


Carriers who do not have the Charter Permit need to make application to the Air Transport Licensing Section first and obtain the Charter permit before approaching the BCAA for the FAOC.


For information or to obtain Air Transport Licensing Charter permit Please contact Bradley Strachan via email at bradleystrachan@bahamas.com or call 242-376-1086.


For information or questions on obtaining FAOC please contact Donald D. Barrett, Chief Inspector, Operations Safety Oversight Department of Bahamas Civil Aviation Authority via email at Donald.Barrett@bcaabahamas.com or call (242)-397-4700 ext. 4715 or (242)-829-9830.



62 views1 comment

1 comentário


Good morning guys, The Turkish government has recently introduced the e-visa system that allows citizens of more than 100 countries to apply online for short-term visas. Citizens of all eligible countries can apply for a Turkey evisa, which allows them to stay in the country for up to 30 days. Turkey offers a variety of online visas, including tourist, transit and business visas.


Curtir
bottom of page