Civil Aviation Authority (Trinidad and Tobago)

Government Body
Country/Territory: Trinidad and Tobago


The Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority was established by the Civil Aviation Act, 2001 (Act 11 of 2001). The principal function of the Authority is to regulate and administer a safe, civil aviation system to ensure that Trinidad and Tobago properly discharges its obligations under international civil aviation agreements and treaties, in particular, the Chicago Convention.

The Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority provides a regulatory framework to facilitate a safe, secure and effective aviation industry and air navigation services within the Piarco Flight Information Region.

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