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About Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority CAA
Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is a public sector autonomous body working under the Federal Government of Pakistan through Aviation DivisionCabinet Secretariat. CAA was established on 7th December, 1982 through Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority ordinance 1982. Prior to creation of CAA, a Civil Aviation Department (CAD) in the Ministry of Defence (MoD) used to manage the Civil Aviation related activities. Ministry of Defence (MoD) continued to be the controlling Ministry even after creation of CAA on 7th December, 1982. However, in June, 2013, Government of Pakistan assigned this responsibility to Cabinet Secretariat (Aviation Division).
The purpose of establishing CAA is to provide for the promotion and regulations of Civil Aviation activities and to develop an infrastructure for safe, efficient, adequate, economical and properly coordinated Civil Air Transport Service in Pakistan.
The day of 7th December has significance, as it coincides with the date of creation of International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) in 1944 as a result of the famous Chicago Convention. Incidentally, the United Nations have declared 7th December as the International Civil Aviation day and celebrated as such every year all over the world.
CAA not only plays the role of the aviation regulator of the country but at the same time performs the service provider functions of Air Navigation Services and Airport Services. The core functions of CAA are therefore, ‘Regulatory’, ‘Air Navigation Services’ and ‘Airport Services’. These core functions are fullysupported by various corporate functions of the organization. The Headquarters of CAA is located at Karachi.
The restructuring process undertaken in CAA between 2006 and 2010 has enabled the Organization to meet the requirements of International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). During the Universal Safety Oversight Audit Program (USOAP) ICAO audited Pakistan in June, 2011 and rated Pakistan as about 83% compliant against the world average of 65%.