Political and macroeconomic stability, solid economic growth and poverty reduction are main current tends in Latin America, which remains to be a growing aviation market to this day.
Despite its growth and development, operating to Latin America has its own unique challenges and difficulties. Both the different time zone and the dominance of Spanish language speaking pose special challenges when it comes to operating to Latin America. Of course, the changing regulations that also vary among the countries of Latin America can further complicate operations.
Recently, some Latin American countries changed their permit procedures, imposing a fee on permit issuance and requiring the fee to be paid in advance in order for the permit to be issued at all. Another country imposed navigation fees retroactively and required aircraft operators to calculate the navigation fee amount due and pay them prior to applying for the permit.
Power of attorney is also required in some Latin American countries to secure a landing permit, and some countries don’t consider flight attendants among the crew. This means that they are required to have the visa in advance, just like passengers.
paradisejet is an expert in Latin American operations and offers complete trip planning services and solutions for flight support Latin South America to business aviation, corporate flight departments and charter operators operating their flights to Latin America.
paradisejet employs flight support professionals who speak Latin American Spanish, understand Hispanic culture, travel to Latin America frequently and understand the operations environment. As a result, these professionals comprehend the regulations and strengthen the network necessary for paradisejet to support our clients’ flights.
Currently, paradisejet provides flight support Latin South America in the following countries:
St. Kitts and Nevis
Trinidad and Tobago