International Regulatory Agencies PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 26 March 2009 10:53
• Airservices Australia Provides air traffic control, aeronautical information, radar and communications radio navigation aids, airport rescue and fire fighting, search and rescue.  News, library, publications, jobs, industry information.
• Australia Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB)
• Bureau of Meteorology
• Civil Aviation Safety Authority Australia Rules and regulations, licenses and certificates, contact and general information.
• Department of Transport & Regional Service (DOTRS)
• Austrocontrol
• Belgium Ministry of Transportaiton and Infrastructure
• Departmento de Aviação Civil (DAC)
• Ministério dos Transportes
• Centro Técnico Aeroespacial  The Brazilian airworthiness authority.
• Transportation Safety Board of Canada  The TSB is an independent agency created by an Act of Parliament.  Its role is to advance transportation safety through the investigation of transportation occurrences in the marine, pipeline, rail and aviation modes.
Czech Republic
• Air Navigation Services of the Czech Republic  The national air traffic control organisation of the Czech Republic.
• Civil Aviation Authority
• Ministerio de Transportes y Telecomunicaciones
• Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC)  The CAAC is a State Council ministry responsible for Chinese civil aviation affairs.
• Civil Aviation Department of Hong Kong
• Statens Luftfartsvæsen
• Trafikministeriet
• Direction Generale de L'Aviation Civile  The DGAC is part of the French Ministry of Transport and is responsible for ensuring compliance with the Civil Aviation Code.
• Luftfahrt-Bundesamt
• Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA)
• Civil Aviation Authority
• Flugmálastjórn Íslands
• Directorate General of Civil Aviation
• Irish Aviation Authority  The IAA carries out a range of operational and regulatory functions and services relating to the safety and technical aspects of civil aviation in Ireland.
• Ente Nazionale per l'Aviazione Civile
• Jordan Civil Aviation Authority (JCAA)
• Civil Aviation Authority (JCAA)
• Korea Airports Authority
• Mongolia Civil Aviation Authority
The Netherlands
• LVNL  The air traffic control organization of The Netherlands.
• Ministerie van Verkeer en Waterstaat
New Zealand
• Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand  Services of the CAA, history, functions, legislation, aircraft register, publications.
• Luftfartsstilsynet
• Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore  Airport information, corporate profile, job opportunities.
• Civil Aviation Authority of Slovenia
South Africa
• South Africa Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)
• Air Traffic and Navigation Services  ATNS was created as a State owned, limited liability company to supply air traffic services for Southern Africa, providing safe and efficient air traffic navigation and associated services.
• Swedish Civil Aviation Administration
• Federal Office for Civil Aviation
• Taiwan Civil Aeronautics Administation (CAA)
United Kingdom
• (ATOL) Air Travel Organiser's Licensing  ATOL is managed by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and provides consumer protection based on a UK legal requirement for licensing.  It exists to protect the public from losing money or being stranded abroad because of the failure of air travel firms.
• Civil Aviation Authority  The CAA advises the U.K. Government on aviation issues, represents consumer interests, conducts economic and scientific research, produces statistical data and provides specialist services.
• Department for Transport
• National Air Traffic Services (NATS)  The UK's air traffic service provides safety by ensuring aircraft flying in UK airspace, and over the eastern part of the North Atlantic, are safely separated.
• Safety Regulation Group (SRG)  The functional area within the Civil Aviation Authority entrusted with making sure the United Kingdom's air safety record is maintained.
United States
• Aerospace Technology Enterprise  The NASA Office of Aerospace Technology (OAT) promotes a safer, more secure, more environmentally friendly, and more efficient air transportation system, increasing performance of military aircraft and developing new uses for science or commercial missions.
• Airworthy.Org  A privately owned organization of experienced aviation professionals that assist others in locating and obtaining airworthy related resources on the World Wide Web.  Includes resumes of US Designated Airworthiness Representatives (DAR's), Designated Engineering Representatives (DER's), Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) Mechanics and Inspection Authorization (IA) holders, reference data (CFR, FAA Orders, and Advisory Circulars).  Lots of information about the FAA and regulatory issues.
• DOT Office of the General Counsel  The US DOT has opened a section on its web site dedicated to providing more information to airline passengers.  Prospective passengers can review the on-time performance, the baggage loss ratings and find the address for the official representative of each airline operating in the USA, along with travel tips and a fact sheet to help customers find the lowest available rates.
• Department of Homeland Security 
• FAA Web site  The home page of the FAA.
• FAA Office of System Safety  Safety trend monitoring, policy advice, focal point for data and research.
• FAA Western-Pacific Region
• The National Transportation Safety Board History, information, events, press releases, accident reports, safety statistics, publications.
• Zimbabwe Civil Aviation Authority (CAAZ)
Last Updated on Thursday, 26 March 2009 11:31