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Welcome to Caribbean Aviation Training Center

  • Unscheduled Charters

    Let Caribbean Aviation Training Center connect you island-wide.
    • Tinson Pen Aerodrome (Kingston) to:
    • Negril Aerodrome (Negril, Westmoreland)
    • Donald Sangster Int’l Airport (Montego Bay, St. James)
    • Ian Fleming Int’l Airport (Boscobel, St. Mary)
    • Ken Jones Aerodrome (St. Margaret’s Bay, Portland)
    Cost - US $150.00 per seat (one way) or US $300.00 round trip.

    Last Update by:Fri, 23-Jan-15

  • Aircraft Fleet

    Our Cessna 172 N, Charlie Hotel, is back on the flight line with a new look.

    Last Update by:Thur, 1-Aug-12
  • CATC Past Student Among Top U.S Navy Fighter Pilots

    JAMAICAN-born Diego McKnight has been designated one of the best-trained and most highly-skilled pilots in the world. McKnight, at 25 and at one time the only black person in his squadron, has not only attained the Lieutenant Junior Grade in record time, but is now among an elite group of some 400 persons who can operate the Navy's MH-60 Romeo multi-mission helicopter, the world's most-advanced anti-submarine and anti-surface warfare helicopter.

    Last Update by:Mon, 7-Jan-13 :: Moreinfo

  • The Loss of an Aviation Legend

    We have some very sad news to share with all of you. Fred Cabanas passed away yesterday. The Aviation Community has lost a legend and the world has lost an amazing human being. Those of us who have been fortunate enough to know and work with Fred have lost a dear friend and an inspiring mentor for those to come. Fred leaves behind a company that only he could have built, and his spirit will forever be the foundation of Aviation.
    No words can adequately express our sadness at Fred's death or our gratitude for the opportunity to work with him in our Boscobel Jamaica Airshow. We will honor his memory by dedicating ourselves to continuing the work he loved so much.

    Last Update by:Tue, 15-Jan-13 :: Moreinfo

  • Boscobel Jamaica Airshow 2012

    This year's Boom Boscobel Jamaica Airshow took place over the Independence Weekend in keeping with Jamaica's 50th Anniversary.
    We would like to thank all those who came out to see the performances despite the inclement weather.

    Last Update by:Mon, 6-Aug-13
  • Capt. Llyod Thai, (Secretary of the Board) Fly Jamaica visits CATC

    Captain Lloyd Thai exchanges his views on the future of the Airline industry in Jamaica to members and affiliates of CATC.

    Last Update by:Mon, 3-Dec-12 :: Moreinfo
  • Pembrook Hall High School visits CATC

    Students get a brief overview of the different parts of the airplanes.

    Last Update by:Thur, 11-Oct-13