Rounded Rectangle: Finance & Administration
Rounded Rectangle: Air Transport
Rounded Rectangle: Safety Regulations
Rounded Rectangle: Air Navigation
Rounded Rectangle: Home
Rounded Rectangle: Aviation Security

Guyana Civil Aviation Authority

Guyana Civil Aviation Authority 2013

Text Box: Contact Us
Text Box: GCAA WebMail




Company Info


Text Box: New applicants and renewal
Text Box: AIP SUPs and AIC

Summary of Fees

Payment Methods


Site design and maintain by: IT Department

The Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) formerly the Civil Aviation Department in the Ministry of Public Works and Communications was established in March 2002 as a result of the Civil Aviation Act 2000 being approved by Parliament. The Minister of Transport and Hydraulics within the Ministry of Public Works and Communications has responsibility for the development of civil aviation and to ensure that it complies with international standards.

The main law governing the air transport sector is the Civil Aviation Act (2000) along with the following Regulations made under the Act:

Civil Aviation (Air Navigation) Regulations 2001

Air Transport (Licensing of Air Transport Services) Regulations 2001

The Civil Aviation (Security) Regulation 2004

Civil Aviation (Air Traffic Services and Rules of the Air) Regulations 2006

:: Welcome To Our Website


:: Our Function


:: Mission Statement


:: Objectives


:: Structure of the GCAA

"Celebrating 100 years of aviation in Guyana"

"Aviation has been etched in our history since 1913 when a pioneer aviator, George Schmidt flew his aircraft over Georgetown (First picture from left). From then to now aviation has grown and developed significantly within our country and worldwide. Guyana will be celebrating 100 years of aviation in March 2013. See calendar of events planned to commemorate this landmark event. Click here

1913          2013