Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority
Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is the regulatory body responsible for the regulation and oversight of civil aviation in Pakistan. It is an autonomous body under the administrative control of the federal government of Pakistan.
The primary objective of the Pakistan CAA is to ensure safe, secure, and efficient civil aviation operations within the country. It regulates and supervises all aspects of civil aviation, including airports, air traffic services, aircraft operations, licensing of aviation personnel, and aircraft maintenance and airworthiness.
The Pakistan CAA is also responsible for implementing and enforcing international aviation standards and practices set by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), a specialized agency of the United Nations. It works closely with ICAO and other international aviation bodies to enhance the safety and security of aviation operations in Pakistan.
The CAA is responsible for licensing and certifying aviation personnel, such as pilots, air traffic controllers, engineers, and cabin crew. It conducts examinations, checks, and assessments to ensure that individuals meet the required standards and qualifications for their respective roles.
In addition to regulatory functions, the CAA manages and operates several airports in Pakistan, including major international airports such as Jinnah International Airport in Karachi, Allama Iqbal International Airport in Lahore, and Islamabad International Airport in Islamabad.
The CAA also collaborates with other government agencies and organizations to develop and implement national aviation policies, promote air connectivity, and facilitate the growth and development of the aviation industry in Pakistan.
Overall, the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority plays a crucial role in ensuring the safety, security, and efficiency of civil aviation operations in Pakistan.
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