Restricted Zones for Drones in the Cayman Islands

02/19/2016

The Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands, under the provisions contained in Articles 4 and 6 of the Air Navigation (Overseas Territories) Order 2013, has issued a Direction to restrict the use of small unmanned aircrafts (i.e. drones, UAV’s, Quadcopters) in the vicinity of the airports, that is, Owen Roberts International Airport, Charles Kirkconnell International Airport and Edward Bodden Aerodrome. The Direction also establishes a restricted zone around HM Prison Northward to improve the security of its perimeter. The Direction was effective on February 1 2016.

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FOCUS Vol. 64, Issue 2/2020

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