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Director General

As the regulatory Authority responsible for the sustainable development of Guyana's air transport sector in keeping with the International Civil Aviation Organisation's (ICAO) Standards and Recommended Practices, the GCAA is committed to its mission of being a regulator that is facilitating, adaptable, and forward thinking, thus ensuring a safe, secure, economically viable and environmentally sound aviation sector.

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Egbert Field, Director General

Our Vision

Towards a Civil Aviation Authority that is compliant with international standards to enable safe, secure
and sustainable air transport for the socio-economic benefit to all.

Our Commitment To Safety

Air transport is considered as one of the safest forms of travel. However, projected increase of air traffic in the near future, and Guyana's forested and mountainous terrain in its hinterland, has and may continue to cause challenges to aircraft operational safety.

In recognizing these challenges, the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has embarked on a program of continuous training and the establishment of a voluntary hazard reporting system.

With lessons learned from past accidents and incidents, together with the proactive reporting of hazards and enhanced oversight, Guyana will be poised to greatly enhance safety.


GCAA New Office Hours

Recent News

The latest aviation news and commentary in Guyana.

Jun 8, 2020

GCAA hosts online conference in preparation for phased reopening of airports

GCAA hosts online conference under the theme Path to Clear Skies, as it launched its four-phase plan to reopen Guyana's international airports.

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Apr 18, 2020

Increase in fares for flights to interior region unconscionable – Col. Field

A team from JetBlue Airways Corporation (JetBlue) met with the Director General, Lt. Col. (Ret'd) Egbert Field.

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Mar 31, 2020

Georgetown Flight Information Region to remain closed

The Georgetown Flight Information Region (FIR) will remain closed to all international passenger flights until May 1, 2020.

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18 Years of Achievement

We're celebrating 18 years as an independent aviation regulatory authority in Guyana.