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Baja Bush Pilots eAPIS
As a Member Benifit, Members file eAPIS for international travel (including Mexico) on BBP website. â–ºClick here to see a sample US/MX manifest
Web cams that help flying Mexico and Guatemala
USCBP GA airport locations and phone numbers
Alerts/NOTAMS: Go to "Notams" in Members section to see MX Notams.
The BBP can now provide Mexican Liability Insurance for Aircraft over 50 years old. Go to "MX Insurance" to see more
BBP Escorted Trips
NOTE, because of Hurricane Irma, the prospects of additional hurricanes and the new political "challenges" between the US and Cuba, I have made the decision to cancel the 2017.2 Cuba trip. I will be giving a full refund to all that have signed up and made deposits as well have canceled all my arrangements in Cuba. Will post again if and when we do another Cuba Trip. Jack
New (again) it is the best of the old and the new.
We are doing two trips over two consecutive weeks. And it will be Mulege (old Mexico) on week one and the Mission (new Mexico) the following.
We will be taking reservations for the location of your choice on a first come, first served basis.
Whales 2018 Mulege is set for February 1 and Whales 2018 Mission (Loreto) is set for the 8th.
Mark your calendar, registration will open in September.
Click here to see other trips including photos and videos of past BBP trips
Baja Bush Pilot's Airport of Mexico and Central America interactive map
Baja Bush Pilot members! Welcome to the Baja Bush Pilot Google Map. This map is setup to work with the Airports of Mexico and Central America 23rd Edition.
You can also upgrade to the "Adventure Kit". (click link to see details)
Each airport in the BBP Google Map is listed in the Airports of Mexico and Central America flying Guide.
Baja Bush Pilot Google Map not to be used for flight, for reference only.
Country Information. (Members access only)
(For information on all countries in Central America, go to "Country Information" in the Members Section)
Sample of Mexican Information Folder
Cuba GA Trips
After reading the official OFAC rule changes regarding flying to Cuba as well as reading what others have published, we find that the only thing that our present administration did last Friday was to remove the ability to make solo trips to the island by yourself. Now, you cannot go by yourself to Cuba but must be traveling with an established organization with a leader from that organization on a structured agenda.
As this is what the BBP has done over the past six group flights that we have taken to Cuba, for us, there is no change.
We are planning another trip this Fall.
And in addition, we are working with a local Cuban aviation group and eCASA to make landing fees, etc. more reasonable.
Watch our website for more information.