Civil Aviation Authority of the Fiji Island

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The Civil Aviation Authority of the Fiji Islands (CAAFI) is an Aviation Regulatory Authority in the Fiji Islands and is responsible to discharge its functions on behalf of the Fiji Government under its responsibility to the Chicago Convention on International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).


Vision

Mission

Corporate Values

The Authority strives to reflect certain key values as the characteristics of the people who are the CAAFI team and equally for the organization as a whole by

The prime objective of CAAFI is to ensure that highest safety standards are met, CAAFI products and services are provided in an efficient manner, meeting both the regulatory requirements and the needs of their customers.

CAAFI is committed to meeting its customer satisfaction by continuously improving and implementing the highest level of aviation standards.

Location

Civil Aviation Authority of the Fiji Island
Private Mail Bag, NAP 0354,
Nadi Airport
Fiji

Email: 
Contact Form
Telephone: 
(679) 672-1555
Fax: 
(679) 672-1500

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