Please contact the relevant Overseas Territory for information on their Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP) as follows:


Bermuda

The Bermuda AIP is published on the Bermuda Airport website (www.bermudaairport.com).


Anguilla, British Virgin Islands and Montserrat

Aeronautical information for these Territories is published in the East Caribbean AIP.

To obtain this publication, contact the following Authority:

Trinidad & Tobago Civil Aviation Authority
Piarco International NOTAM Office
PO Box 2163
National Mail Centre
Piarco
Republic of Trinidad and Tobago

Tel: + 868 669 4128
Fax: + 868 669 1716
AFTN: TTPPYNYX
E-mail: ttcaa@tstt.net.tt


Cayman Islands

Please contact:

Alastair Robertson
Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands
Unit 2, Cayman Grand Harbour
PO Box 10277
Grand Cayman, KY1-1003
Cayman Islands

Tel: + 1 345 949 7811
Fax: + 1 345 949 0761
E-mail: alastair.robertson@caacayman.com


Falkland Islands

Please contact:

Falkland Islands Government
Civil Aviation Department
Stanley Airport
Falkland Islands, FIQQ 1ZZ
South Atlantic

Tel: + 500 27300
Fax: + 500 27302


St Helena

The AIP for St Helena is available on the ATNS (Air Traffic and Navigation Services, South Africa) website.


Turks and Caicos Islands

Please contact:

Mr Tom Swann
Director of Civil Aviation
Department of Civil Aviation
Grand Turk
TCI

Tel: + 649 946 2137
Fax: + 649 946 1185

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What are Aeronautical Information Publications?

An Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP) is defined by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) as a publication "intended primarily to satisfy international requirements for the exchange of aeronautical information of a lasting character essential to air navigation.  When practicable, the form of presentation is designed to facilitate their use in flight.  AIP constitute the basic information source for permanent information and long duration temporary changes."

Essentially, an AIP is a manual containing local regulations and procedures, usually issued by the respective civil aviation department. AIPs normally have three parts - GEN (general), ENR (enroute) and AD (aerodromes).  The latter also includes aeronautical charts for aerodromes.

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