An ‘aviation and intelligence’ firm is seeking planning permission for an airfield in Cayman Brac.
Daggaro Cayman has submitted a planning application to develop new facilities on Cayaman Brac adjacent to Brac’s commercial airport Charles Kirkconnell International Airport.
The plans, which can be reviewed at the Government Administration Building in Grand Cayman, include a 15,000-square-foot helicopter hangar, a 25,000-square-foot aircraft parking area, an office building, concrete apron and taxiway.
An extract from Daggaro’s website
“Daggaro is an aviation and aerospace services company. Pioneering emerging technologies through the exploitation and development of manned and unmanned aircraft. Daggaro has three principal areas.
1. A rotary- and fixed-wing operation;
2. Contract Intelligence Surveillance & Reconnaissance (ISR);
3. Training for Operators engaged in multiple domain environments
Based in the Cayman Islands (Grand Cayman and Cayman Brac), our services include disaster management, medical evacuation, training, law enforcement support (maritime patrol, search & rescue), contract ISR, air cargo and aircraft maintenance.”