Bellawings gets Cayman Islands’ AOC
The Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands (CAACI) announces the issuance of the first Air Operator Certificate (AOC) for fixed wing commercial operations in the Cayman Islands’ Special Economic Zone to Cayman Bellawings, an affiliate of Hong Kong Bellawings business jet management company.
HK Bellawings currently operates nine aircraft on the Cayman Islands Aircraft Registry including the Gulfstream G-200 to be operated by Cayman Bellawings under the AOC.
“We are very pleased to announce this milestone development for the Cayman Islands Aircraft Registry. The strategic partnership between the Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands (CAACI) and Cayman Enterprise City (CEC) provides key elements required for facilitating jurisdictional establishment for offshore operations and Cayman Bellawings has demonstrated the viability of this arrangement. We are excited to have Cayman Bellawings operate commercially under Cayman Islands jurisdiction and look forward to their continued growth as they serve the needs of this dynamic industry” said Director General of CAACI, Richard Smith.
HK Bellawings is the third largest fleet operator in Hong Kong and provides a diverse array of professional, highly efficient and comprehensive business aviation services and solutions to their clients, which include business jet management, aircraft maintenance, travel concierge service, aircraft acquisition service, and business aviation consultancy.