The Office of Civil Aviation and Airports (OACA) is responsible for the management, operation, maintenance and development of airport infrastructure, as well as regional and local air traffic control in Tunisia and airworthiness services. OACA operates as an autonomous public institution under the Tunisian Ministry of Transportation. The department was established in 1971 as the Office of Aerial Ports of Tunisia. It operates the following seven international airports in Tunisia;
- Tunis Carthage Airport;
- Djerba Zarsis Airport;
- Tozeur Nefta International Airport;
- Sfax Thyna Airport;
- Tabarka Ain Draham Airport;
- Gafsa Ksar Airport, and;
- Gabes Matmata Airport.
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