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Exam Reminders

Exams are held every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Session times are at 9am and 1pm.
Application must be submitted 10 working days before exam date.

ECCAA Headquarters

ECCAA Heaquarters is located in Antigua, with outstations serving the 8 remaining states of the OECS.

Accident Investigation

Officers conducting an accident investigation involving a Cessna 336

Hewanorra Emergency Drill

Officers overseeing an emergency drill at Hewanorra International Airport

CAL AMO Signing

Photo of Carib Aviation Ltd. representatives & ECCAA team after the signing of AMO certification.

Category One Ceremony

Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves officially accepts the Category One certificate from US Ambassador to Barbados & the OECS, Mary Kramer

Welcome to the Official Website of the ECCAA
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Transport Canada and ECCAA AVSEC Quality Workshop 12th - 16th August 2024 to be Hosted

in the Commonwealth of Dominica



Transport Canada Quality Control Workshop


This workshop is designed for aviation security professionals with responsibilities in creating, implementing, maintaining, or enforcing a State National Civil Aviation Security Programme (NCASP) and a National Civil Aviation Quality Control Programme (NCAQCP). This workshop navigates between the requirements and guidance of ICAO, along with the application of these requirements that Canada has taken.

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Preferred Accomodations


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It's official as of May 2024, The Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority (ECCAA) has reached another significant milestone. We now boast scores in three key areas—Airworthiness, Personnel Licensing, and Flight Operations—that surpass the regional average in the ICAO NACC region.


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Collaborative Initiative between the ECCAA's Legal Department and the St. Vincent and the Grenadines'

Ministry of Legal Affairs




On the 28th -30th day of May 2024 the ECCAA Legal Officer visited the St. Vincent and the Grenadines' Ministry of Legal Affairs to provide legal support in the aid of  having the remaining ANS Regulations reviewed and gazetted.

This novel initiative employed by the ECCAA is to establish and foster a more inclusive approach to assist the Member States in achieving harmonized legislation in relation to Civil Aviation

"Left to Right" Safiya Ferfuson - Secretary of the Attorney General, ECCAA Legal Officer Pete-Semaj McKnight, Mr. Grenville Williams-Attorney General of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and Alecia James - Legal Clerk in the Drafting Division of the Ministry of Legal Affairs.


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ECCAA Headquarts


ECCAA Headquarters Relocates

Attention all visitors and stakeholders,

Please be advised that the ECCAA Headquarters located on Factory Road and Nugent Avenue is presently closed. Kindly be informed that our Headquarters is in the process of relocating to the former premises of the Sun Printing and Publishing, located at No. 15 Pavilion Drive, Coolidge, St. John's, Antigua.


For enquiries please contact the following persons Monday to Friday between the hours of 8:30 am and 4:30 pm

General Enquiries - Mrs Tamar Anthony 1-268-4643401

Accounts - Mr Craig Walter  1-268-7643476

Flight Safety - Mr Winston Yearwood 1-268-7265831

Communications Navigation and Surveillence - Mr Trevor Davis 1-268-7645771

Human resources - Ms Sharmaine Poyotte 1-268-4643320


Inperson Meetings and Exams by appointment ONLY.




DSAC & ECCAA Cooperation




On Wednesday 28th February 2024, members of the ECCAA Flight Safety Division teamed up with SAFA Inspectors from the DGAC to carry out a joint Ramp Inspection at the V. C. Bird International Airport (Ramp Inspections are inspections of operational aircraft on the ramp).

This exchange is one of the many collaborative activities planned between the two organizations.



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Dangerous Goods Guidance for Passengers


Dangerous goods are articles or substances which are capable of posing a risk to health, safety, property or the environment when transported by air.


  • aerosols
  • battery powered items
  • bleaches and other cleaning products
  • camping stoves with liquid fuel or compressed gas
  • car and machinery parts
  • hand sanitiser
  • items that hold petrol
  • fireworks and sparklers
  • matches and cigarette lighters
  • pesticides
  • perfumes
  • spare batteries
  • toiletries

If you are a passenger on a flight, you must know what you can bring on board in your checked or carry-on luggage.

Liquids, Aerosols, Gels and Powders

Security regulations limit the amount of liquids aerosols and gels permitted in carry-on baggage.

The current restrictions for liquids, aerosols, and gels from ICAO and in effect in most countries are that they must be in containers with a maximum capacity of 100ml or equivalent, placed in a transparent resealable plastic bag with a maximum capacity of 1-litre.

At screening, these plastic bags should be presented apart from other carry-on items.

Medications, baby milk/foods, special dietary requirements are exempt from these capacity restrictions.

Some airports also require additional screening of powders in quantities greater than 355ml/12 ounces.

Sharp Objects

All knives, sharp objects or cutting implements of any kind and of any length, whether of metal or other material, and some sporting goods must be packed in checked baggage. They cannot be carried in the cabin baggage nor on your person.

Portable Electronic Devices

We recommend that you keep all your Portable Electronic Devices with you in carry-on baggage. Laptops, tablets and mobile phones may need to be presented separately at Security Checkpoints for additional screening.

If you are traveling with spare batteries, electronic cigarettes/vapes or back-up power supply (power banks), these must always be carried in carry-on baggage and not checked baggage. Any spare batteries must be individually wrapped to prevent short circuit.

Lithium batteries

A lithium battery can be carried by air depending on its configuration and Watt-hour rating (for rechargeable) or lithium content (for non-rechargeable). In addition, spare batteries shall not be placed in checked baggage.

Medical Supplies

If you require the use of medical syringes in flight, such as for insulin, you need documented proof of the medical need and ensure that the material is professionally packed and labeled. If it is not, the medication is likely to be removed at security screening.

What Not To Pack In Checked Baggage

We recommend that all Portable Electronic Devices https://www.iata.org/en/programs/ops-infra/baggage/ped/ are placed in your carry-on baggage, but if you need to place them in your checked baggage, you must make sure that they are fully switched off and not in sleep or hibernate mode.

Electronic cigarettes/vapes, spare batteries and portable power supplies (power banks) must not be packed in your checked baggage.

Some items such as gas canisters, lighters, fireworks, bleaches etc. cannot be carried in checked baggage. If you are concerned that something that you wish to pack may not be allowed, check with your airline. Items that are considered to be too dangerous for checked baggage will be removed and probably not returned to you.

Keeping Your Carry-on Baggage Secure

When travelling with dangerous goods in your carry-on baggage, do not leave your baggage unattended while in or around the airport terminals.

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Tribute to our Colleagues

ECCAA's Search Team to Haiti
ECCAA's Search Team to Haiti
The Search Team sent by ECCAA to find Rosemond amd Greg in Haiti after the earthquake.

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