This service is for pilots and aircraft owners who prefer to do their own local ground handling at each airport, but would like extra guidance and assistance with the overall planning of the trip.
The Aeronautical Planning Service includes:
Review of all aircraft, crew and passenger documents required for international flights
Recommendation of suitable Airports of Entry (AOEs) and routes that best fit your needs
Verify fuel availability and fuel prices at selected airports
Process and secure Overflight and Landing Permits required for your route of flight
Pre-flight consultation to review routes, airport and procedures before scheduled trip start date
Process payment of applicable airspace fees after flight has been completed
Other recommended sources of information for planning your trip:
Caribbean Sky Tours Pilots Association:
Provides valuable information on international country specific regulations and procedures, documents, weather, fuel prices, charts and more, for pilots planning to fly to Mexico, Central America, The Bahamas and Caribbean.
Pilot’s Guide to Mexico and Central America:
Covers regulations and procedures to fly to and within Mexico and all Central American countries and back to the U.S. Includes detailed airport information with photos and/or sketches of all major AOEs and many other popular destination airports in the region.
Flying was a very tangible freedom.
In those days, it was beauty,
adventure, discovery - the epitome
of breaking into new worlds.