Civil Aviation Department, Maldives

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Civil Aviation Department (CAD), the Maldivian aviation regulator, established on 10 November 1982, aims to develop and administer policies and regulations to ensure safe, secure, orderly and economic development of aviation in the Maldives.

Civil Aviation department places great emphasis on adopting highest common standards of safety and environmental protection in civil aviation.



The main tasks of CAD are setting up national safety standards which are compliant with international standards; economic and safety regulation through regulation of airports, air traffic services and airlines.


Civil Aviation Department
7th floor, PA Complex
Hilaalee Magu Male' 20307

Contact Form
(960) 3324992
(960) 3323039

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