Air Navigation (Customs Sufferance Airports) Order
CH.284 – 754] CIVIL AVIATION
STATUTE LAW OF THE BAHAMAS LRO 1/2002
(ii) certification of approved repairs;
(iii) certification of approved modifications;
(iv) certification of the replacement of approved
components and parts;
(v) certification of the construction of components
and parts and the materials used therefor, unless
it is stated in the licence that this duty is
CATEGORY X —
(i) certification of the installation and the compen-
sation of compasses;
(ii) certification of overhauls, repairs, modifications
or replacements to magnetos and other ignition
(iii) certification of overhauls, repairs, modifications
or replacements to and installation of —
(a) variable-pitch propellers;
(b) aircraft instruments and engine instru-
(c) electrical equipment;
(d) automatic pilots.
AIR NAVIGATION (CUSTOMS SUFFERANCE
[Commencement 25 May, 1963.]
1. This Order may be cited as the Air Navigation
(Customs Sufferance Airports) Order.
2. The place set out in the Schedule to this Order is
hereby designated a customs airport for the type of aircraft
specified subject to such restrictions as are specified
thereunder in the said Schedule.
CIVIL AVIATION [CH.284 – 755
LRO 1/2008 STATUTE LAW OF THE BAHAMAS
SPANISH CAY, ABACO
(a) Only landplanes chartered by the owner of Spanish Cay
shall use the airport.
(b) The number of landings shall be limited to twelve per year.
(c) One week’s notice shall be given to the Customs Department.
(d) Transportation of the Commissioner, Green Turtle Cay,
Abaco, shall be provided by the said owner of Spanish Cay.
AIR NAVIGATION (MISCELLANEOUS
[Commencement 19th June, 1965]
1. These Regulations may be cited as the Air
Navigation (Miscellaneous Provisions) Regulations.
2. In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise
“foreign port” means any airport or point of
departure outside the Bahama Islands;
“public transport aircraft” means a public transport
aircraft as defined by the Air Navigation
“radio” means radio as defined by the Air Navigation
“seaplane” means an aircraft which is capable of
landing on or taking off from water only.
3. Save as hereinafter provided by regulations 8 of
these Regulations all aircraft arriving at the Island of New
Providence for the purpose of landing on that Island shall
land at the Lynden Pindling International Airport.
4. (1) Except in the event of an emergency, an
aircraft shall be flown into the traffic circuit of the Lynden
Pindling International Airport only for the purpose of
landing at the Lynden Pindling International Airport; and
such aircraft shall be flown into the traffic circuit of the
Lynden Pindling International Airport only in accordance
with instructions communicated to such aircraft by radio
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