CAA Uganda

Air Traffic Management
ATCOs: 59
ACCs: 1
Country/Territory: Uganda
Employees: 897


The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) of Uganda is the corporate entity established in 1994, under the CAA Act No 3 of 1994, Cap 354. The key function of CAA Uganda is to provide support and promote the safe, secure, efficient and regular use and development of civil aviation services within Uganda. The Authority is guided by the statutory mandate assigned by the Government. CAA Uganda also advises government on policy matters, international conventions and adoption of measures relating to civil aviation.

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