Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand

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In New Zealand there are about 9000 active pilots and 3830 aircraft. More than 8.4 million passengers travel on their main airlines' domestic services and 3.7 million arrive on international air carriers each year. Their safety is overseen by the CAA.


The CAA establishes civil aviation safety and security standards, and monitors adherence to those standards. The CAA carries out accident and incident investigations and collates this material to establish an industry-wide safety picture. This becomes the basis of safety initiatives ranging from education campaigns to increased monitoring and regulatory action.

Mission

To be an effective organisation by taking efficient oversight, regulatory and promotional action to enhance value and manage risks in the New Zealand civil aviation system.

Vision

For New Zealand civil aviation system to be integrated, safe, secure, responsive and sustainable.

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Location

Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand
Aviation House, 10 Hutt Road
Petone 5012
New Zealand

Email: 
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Telephone: 
+64 4 560 9400
Fax: 
+64 4 569 2024

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