Overview

The Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) is a Commonwealth Government independent statutory body, engaged in the regulation, enforcement and promotion of civil aviation safety and related practices for domestic and international flights operating within Australia. The organisation employs approximately 830 people, operates throughout Australia, and is administered by its head office in Phillip, ACT.

CASA is accountable to the Minister for Infrastructure and Transport.

CASA provides the following aviation safety-related services:

  • Setting and enforcement of aviation standards
  • Enforcement of regulation for aerodrome operators
  • Certifying aircraft, maintenance organisations and operators
  • Regulation and administration of Australian airspace
  • Licensing pilots and engineers
  • Registering examiners
  • Safety Surveillance Services
  • Promoting industry awareness and understanding of aviation safety standards and issues
  • Monitoring the safety performance of the aviation industry

 

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