Aviation Authorities Websites
There is typically a government entity responsible for regulating use of its airspace, and safety standards therein.- Category ID : 437986
Features an organizational chart of the Civil Aviation Authority of the Slovak Republic.
AustroControl, with information on licensing and weather, and more in German.
Includes an organisational chart of the Luftfahrt-Bundesamt.
Civil Aviation Authority, the agency in charge of civil aviation. Includes an overview, news, organizational chart, directives issued, personnel information, and information on licenses.
Civil Aviation Department of Hong Kong, detailing the prohibition area around Hong Kong Disneyland.
The Civil Aviation Office of the Republic of Poland. Includes rules for air carriers, both from the EEA and from outside.
Transport Canada, Civil Aviation headquarters, with information on safety and other regulations.
Tunisian Civil Aviation and Airports Authority, operator of airports and Tunisian airspace.
Federal Aviation Administration, with information about aviation regulations, airports, and a map showing general airport conditions.
Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) provides news and information on airports, flight schedules, flight standards, personnel licensing, air traffic services, CAA publications and the training institute.
Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal, whose prime goal is to ensure flight safety and sustainability of civil aviation.
Department of Civil Aviation Malaysia (Laman Web Rasmi Jabatan Penerbangan Awam Malaysia), ensuring that every flight within Malaysian airspace is safe, orderly and expeditious.
Directorate General of Civil Aviation, responsible for implementing, controlling, and supervising airworthiness standards, safety operations, crew training in India.
Civil Aviation Department, Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation, with detailed reports on accidents in the Maldives.
Aeronautical Radio of Thailand, responsible for aerodrome approach, and area control services.
Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority, featuring profiles of its divisions and services, contact information and job opportunities.
Irish Aviation Authority. Includes rules on how to become a pilot, an air traffic controller or an aircraft maintenance engineer.
Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe, promoting safe regular and efficient use and development of aviation inside and outside Zimbabwe.
South African Civil Aviation Authority, overseeing airports, airworthiness, certification, personnel, operations, airspace, and investigating accidents.
Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority, the independent regulator responsible for all civil aviation activities including Safety Regulations, economic regulations and consumer protections.
Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand, setting safety and security standards, investigating accidents and establishing an industry-wide safety picture.
Romanian Civil Aeronautical Authority (Autorităţii Aeronautice Civile Române), featuring information of aircraft airworthiness certification, and on pilot licensing.
Civil Aviation Administration of the Republic of Moldova, with Civil Aeronautical Regulations in Romanian and Russian.
Icelandic Civil Aviation Administration, in English and Icelandic.
Bermuda Department of Civil Aviation, with extensive information on the jurisdiction and its regulation of aircraft.
Civil Aviation Authority of Sri Lanka, which facilitates operation of a safe, secure and efficient national civil aviation industry that conforms to International Standards and Recommended Practices.
Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, with information about the airports and Singapore as a logistics hub.
Directorate General "Civil Aviation Administration", responsible for airports and civil aviation in Bulgaria. [Bulgarian, English]
Civil Aviation Authority of the Fiji Islands, with contact information for Fiji Confidential Aviation Incident Reporting.
Air Services Australia, providing of air traffic services; the design, creation and maintenance of airways systems; and the provision of aviation rescue and firefighting services.
Jordan Civil Aviation Authority, which conducts studies, plans budget, and creates policies in order to develop and improve the airports. Includes a departments list with contact information.
The General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.