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AIRCRAFT GENERAL DECLARATION
This Form is used by Commercial Aircraft when arriving in The Bahamas
Is this form also used by pilots flying private aircraft?
No. The Form C7A is used.
What are the charges if a commercial aircraft arrives at times other than normal working hours?
If a commercial aircraft arrive with pilot/co-pilot, Customs overtime charges may vary from twenty-five ($25.00) dollars to fifty dollars ($50.00).
If a commercial aircraft arrives with up to twenty (20) passengers, service fees may be as high as one hundred dollars ($100.00).
Over twenty (20) passengers, service fees will range from three hundred dollars ($300.00) to four hundred dollars ($400.00)
Clearance for the aircraft will range from twenty-five dollars ($25.00) to fifty dollars ($50.00).
Additionally, a fifteen dollars ($15.00)
Additionally, fifteen dollars ($15.00) Departure Passenger Tax must be paid for all passengers six (6) years of age and above.
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