Flight Safety Forms

FS001 (formerly FSAW 0001) – Certificate of Registration – Application FS204A (formerly FSAW0004) – PASI – Pre-application of Statement of Intent FS006 (formerly FSAW 0010) – Certificate of Airworthiness – Application for Issue / Renewal FS006B (formerly FSAW 0011) – Aircraft Status Report (C of A Renewal only) FSAW0012A – Aircraft Importation Checklist – App. (C of A – Initial Issue) FSAW0012B – Aircraft Importation Quick Reference Checklist FSAW0012(Inst.) – Appendix A Instructions – Aircraft Importation Checklist FSAW0020 – Application for Flight Permit FS013 (formerly FSAW 0031) Instructions for completing JCAA Form FS013  AME Licence Application FSAW0040 – AMO Application (initial …

Aerodromes, Air Navigation Services and SMS Oversight

Jamaica has three (3) international airports, as well as various public aerodromes, private aerodromes, and several authorized helicopter-landing areas. This listing does not include military facilities or those aerodromes that are presently not in use. Jamaica is working to achieve a higher growth rate in the general aviation sector of the industry, and this activity may result in some aerodromes being constructed or re-opened. Aerodrome certification regulations were enacted into law in March 1998 and the Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority (JCAA) is currently working with airport and aerodrome operators to …

Licensing

The licensing section is responsible for the: Administration of written examinations for the issue of Licences to Pilots and Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (AME) Issue of restricted radiotelephony licences Validation of foreign Licences held by pilots and Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (AME) Issuing of permits to student pilots Registration of aircraft Issuing of Licences for Air Traffic Controllers, Aircraft Maintenance Engineers and Pilots

Licences and Permits

Air Operators who are operating or intend to operate commercial air services must apply for and obtain a licence or permit from the JCAA’s Economic Regulation Department. Commercial air services refer to the transportation of passengers or goods as a trade or business for reward. Licences are granted for the operation of scheduled services and permits for non-scheduled air services. Applications must be submitted using the prescribed forms and shall be accompanied by the relevant application fee as shown in Table 9 of the Twenty-Second Schedule of the Jamaica Civil …