Air Navigation (Customs Airports) Order

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Published: 1956-04-28

Air Navigation (Customs Airports) Order
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(2) No aircraft shall take off or land during the night
at any aerodrome declared to be a closed aerodrome by
order made under the provisions of paragraph (1) of this
regulation while such order remains in force and notwith-
standing that such aerodrome may previously have been
notified as available for the take off or landing of aircraft
during the night.

6. Any person authorised by the Director of Civil
Aviation may take such steps including the placing of
lighted obstructions on any closed aerodrome as may be
necessary to secure compliance with the provisions of
these Regulations.

AIR NAVIGATION (CUSTOMS AIRPORTS) ORDER

(ARTICLE 59(1))
[Commencement 28th April, 1956]

1. This Order may be cited as the Air Navigation
(Customs Airports) Order.

2. The places set out in the Schedule to this Order
are hereby designated as customs airports for the types of
aircraft specified.

SCHEDULE

Abaco Airstrip, Marsh Harbour: Landplane (G.N.
29/1959).

Green Turtle Cay: Seaplane.
Hope Town: Seaplane (G.N. 119/1961).
Marsh Harbour: Seaplane (G.N. 293/1959).
North Abaco Airstrip (Green Turtle Cay):

Landplane (G.N. 38/1963).
Snake Cay: Seaplane (G.N. 293/1959.)
Walker’s Cay: Seaplane.
Andros Fresh Creek: Seaplane and landplane (G.N.

24/1957).
San Andros Airport, Mastic Point, Andros:

Landplane (S.I. 166/1965).
Berry Islands Chub Cay: Seaplane and landplane (G.N. 212/

1960).

Measures to
secure
compliance.

G.N. 54/1965
G.N. 63/1956
G.N. 24/1957
G.N. 58/1957
G.N. 97/1957
G.N. 201/1957
G.N. 157/1958
G.N. 29/1959
G.N. 91/1959
G.N. 227/1959
G.N. 293/1959
G.N. 212/1960
G.N. 119/1961
G.N. 38/1963
S.I. 97/1965
S.I. 166/1965

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Bimini Airport, South Bimini: Landplane (G.N. 97/
1957).

Bimini: Seaplane
Cat Cay: Seaplane
Eleuthera Governor’s H
Rock Sound: Seaplane and landplane.
Grand Bahama Freeport: Seaplane and landplane (G.N. 227/

1959).
Gold Rock Creek: Seaplane and landplane.
Riding Point: Seaplane (G.N. 58/1957).
West End: Seaplane and landplane.
Harbour Island Harbour Island: Seaplane.
Inagua Matthew Town: Seaplane and land-

plane.
Mayaguana Abraham’s Bay: Seaplane and landplane.
New Providence Lynden Pindling International Airport situate

at Wind-sor Field: Landplane. (G.N.
201/1957).

Port of Nassau: Seaplane.
San Salvador Cockburn Town: Seaplane and landplane.



ARTHUR’S TOWN, CAT ISLAND, NOTICE

(ARTICLE 60)
[Commencement 24th December, 1980]

The Governor-General has given notice that that
portion of Arthur’s Town, situate in Cat Island, in the
Commonwealth of The Bahamas and known as Arthur’s
Town Airport is a Government aerodrome available for
take-off and landing by aircraft engaged on flights for the
purpose of the public transport of passengers or for
instruction in flying.

S.I. 79/1980
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