Please contact the relevant Overseas Territory for information on their Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP) as follows:
The Eastern Caribbean AIP is available through the Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority website. A subscription is required, and further details are available on the T&TCAA website (www.caa.gov.tt/eaip-acquisition-form).
The Bermuda AIP is published on the Bermuda Airport Authority website (https://www.airportauthority.bm/ais/aeronautical-info-publication.html).
The Cayman Islands AIP is published on the Cayman Islands Airport Authority website (www.caymanairports.com/aeronautical-information-publication).
The Falkland Islands AIP is published on the Falkland Islands Civil Aviation Department website (https://www.falklands.gov.fk/civilaviation/aip/information).
All aeronautical information including the AIP, charts and Aeronautical Information Circulars can be found on the ATNS (Air Traffic and Navigation Services, South Africa) website (www.atns.com/products-services/aim/aeronautical-information-managementst-helena-airport/7448/).
The Turks and Caicos Islands AIP is published on the TCI Airports Authority website (www.tciairports.com/tci-aip).
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 (en-route) and AD (aerodromes). The latter also includes aeronautical charts for aerodromes.