maldives civil aviation authority

Maldives Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) was established by the Parliament under Act No.02/2012 on 11th January 2012.
The primary function of the CAA is to regulate, and to promote the development of air transport in the Maldives.

Vision

Regulatory Excellence in Aviation Safety and Security through a well motivated work force.

Mission

Develop and administer policies and regulations to ensure safe, secure, orderly and economic development of aviation for Maldives.

CAA Board

Mr. Hussain Jaleel - Chief Executive
Mr. Ibrahim Faizal - Chairman of the Board
Mr. Ahmed Ali Manik - Board Director
Mr. Ahmed Saeed - Board Director
Uz. Mohamed Nizam - Board Director

Corporate information

History of the CAA

Organisation chart (146 KB)



WHATS NEW

22/10/2014:Cessna 150, 8Q-GAB, Accident Report
14/10/2014:
AT 01/2014 - Travel Restrictions to and from countries heavily affected by the Ebola virus disease
25/09/2014:Snr Air Transport Officer - Job Vacancy
07/12/2013:International Civil Aviation Day 2013
24/11/2013:
MCAR-66 Examination Time Table
18/09/2012:ASC-OPS1-5-Performance Based Navigation
01/10/2013:
NPRM-20013-05 - MCAR-Air Crew
01/09/2013:
NPRM-20013-04 - MCAR-Air Oprations
29/08/2013:NPRM-20013-03 - Approved Maintenance Organisations
29/11/2012:ASC-AT-01/2012 - Change of Management and Operational Control of INIA
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