Dubai Civil Aviation Authority (DCAA)

Government Body
Country/Territory: United Arab Emirates


Dubai Civil Aviation Authority is an autonomous agency of the Dubai Government, established in 2007 to undertake development of the emirate's civil aviation industry and to oversee all aviation-related activities. DCAA's primary acitivities include:

  • Creating and implementing aviation policy;
  • Negotiating and signing of air service agreements;
  • Monitoring air crew, for compliance with rules and regulations, for air navigation;
  • Inspecting aircraft and conducting safety audits and document checking.

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