Government Body
Country/Territory: Australia


The Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) is an Australian government statutory authority whose primary function is to regulate the safety of civil air operations in Australia and the operation of Australian aircraft overseas.

CASA’s four major functional areas of responsibility are:

  • Setting civil aviation standards that are appropriate, clear, concise and aligned with international practice,
  • Providing regulatory services to industry in a timely and responsive manner,
  • Securing compliance with Australian aviation standards effectively, fairly and in a consistent manner; and
  • Fostering an informed and safety motivated aviation community.

CAPA Profiles

CAPA Profiles help you identify new business opportunities and make better business decisions, by providing accurate and up-to-date data on airports, airlines, suppliers, investors, MROs, lessors and countries/territories around the world. Each profile offers comprehensive news and analysis, as well as the ability to drill down into data on schedules, capacity share, fleet, traffic, financial results and more.

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