Mr. Denniston Fraser, Managing Director

Welcome to the official website of the BVI Airports Authority. The BVI Airports Authority (BVIAA) is a limited liability company which operates all airports within the British Virgin Islands. The company was incorporated in the British Virgin Islands on the 15th day of August, 2005.

As the Managing Director (Accountable Manager) of the British Virgin Islands Airports Authority (BVIAA), it is my responsibility to oversee that “safety” is continuously managed and maintained throughout the operations of all the airports under BVIAA’s portfolio. Safety is an important operational component that can only be achieved through the full contribution and cooperation of all BVIAA’s employees, airport operators (users) and contractors.

All managers and unit heads are charged with the responsibility of making sure that the staff is thoroughly educated about the importance of safety in an airport environment. The Safety Policy is to be effectively communicated and enforced at all airports in the British Virgin Islands. Managers and employees are held accountable for their actions and are required to comply with all international and national standard operating procedures (SOP), policies and regulatory requirements. Every BVIAA employee, airport operator (user) and contractor will be liable if found to be non-compliant with any international and/or national standard operating procedures (SOP), policy or regulatory requirements.

The BVI Airports Authority is committed to:

Ensuring that “Safety” remains its number one priority in all aspects of its operations.

· Developing and maintaining safe and efficient gateways to the world and entrances to the Virgin Islands.

· Meeting or exceeding the requirements of the Air Navigation (Overseas Territories) Order 2013  (AN (OT) O) and other applicable regulatory instruments, through:

i. The enforcement of airport safety policies and procedures.

ii. Developing and implementing new rules and/or policies that would contribute to the safety of the Territory’s Airports.

iii. Continually updating and testing all airport manuals.

iv. Ensuring that employees receive relevant training on a regular basis.

· Maintaining an integrated Safety Management System (SMS) and a Quality Management System (QMS) that is continually reviewed and revised as part of the continuous improvement process.

· Ensuring that the necessary resources are available and maintained to continually assist with the reduction and/or elimination of identified risks and hazards.

As you browse through our website, we hope that you will gain a better understanding of our duties, responsibilities, the regulations applicable to our airports and the world of aviation in general. You may also use our website and be directed to make reservations on any carrier that flies to the BVI.  Pilots may retrieve important information for AIRMEN for any of our three airports, helipad or water aerodrome.

We welcome your comments and enquiries and ask that you forward same to

We hope that you will transit through one or more of our airports some day and trust that you will have a safe and pleasant transit in all your travels.

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