SOUTH AFRICA Civial Aviation Authority (SACAA)

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The South African Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) was established on 1 October 1998 following the enactment of the South African Civil Aviation Authority Act, No.40, in September of the same year. The Act provided for the establishment of a stand-alone authority charged with promoting, regulating and enforcing civil aviation safety and security.


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SOUTH AFRICA Civial Aviation Authority (SACAA)
Ikhaya Lokundiza Building 16, Treur Close
Waterfall Park Bekker Street
South Africa

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Telephone: 
+27 11 – 545 1000
Fax: 
+27 11 – 545 1465

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