paragraph 1 of the Civil Aviation Administration's main task is to provide a
safe, efficient and environmentally friendly air navigation service for civil
and military aviation.
The CAA may hand over to someone else in the work's
behalf provide for activities referred to in the first subparagraph.
Activities related to military conditions may be transmitted only
in consultation with the armed forces.
The Civil Aviation Administration shall ensure that the transport policy objectives
is achieved. Regulation (2010:778).
paragraph 2 of the Civil Aviation Administration shall
1. within and outside the country to provide air navigation services
as well as service and consulting services related to
2. be responsible for research and innovation that is justified by the
the Authority's tasks.
The CAA may
1. conduct training of controllers,
2. directly or through related companies to engage
service exports in its field.
paragraph 3 of the Civil Aviation Administration shall ensure that the rules and routines that
the work has is cost effective and easy for
citizens, businesses and Government agencies.
paragraph 4 of the Civil Aviation Administration shall establish an agreement with the armed forces of
operation and development of air navigation services related to military
Aviation and training of air traffic controllers for the armed forces
Business networking group
paragraph 5 of the CAA and the companies in which the State, through the work
directly or indirectly, a controlling interest form
together a business networking group.
section 6 of the CAA is led by a Board of Directors.
section 7 of the Board shall be composed of at least five and not more than eight members
as well as staff representatives.
section 8, the Board is responsible for the State's interests as the owner
be in business networking group's companies and in other
companies where the work administers the State's shares.
The Board of Directors shall determine how the reporting and coordination between
the work and the Group's companies.
§ 9 the Board of Directors is quorate when the President, the head of
and at least two of the other members are present.
When matters of major importance are dealt with, if possible, all
Members must be present.
section 10 of the second paragraph of section 12 of the Government agencies Ordinance
(2007:515) concerning the right of the President of the Board of Directors alone
determine cases should instead apply the head of Government.
section 11 of the Civil Aviation Administration's funds may not be lent to firms in
business networking group without the Government's consent in each
in particular cases.
Positions and assignments
section 12 of the Director-General is the head of Government.
Staff disciplinary board
section 13 At CAA, there shall be a
staff disciplinary board.
Applicability of certain regulations
section 14 of the Civil Aviation Administration shall apply internal audit regulation
(2006:1228) and staff representatives Ordinance (1987:1101).
15 § When the CAA proposes to seek staff from enterprises
in the business networking group to Regulation (1984:819) if
governmental site notifications shall not apply.
section 16 of the CAA, in business operations, collect fees,
decide on the fees, and outlining the revenues.
The work may also dispose of income from public
Exemptions from government regulation
section 17 the following provisions of the governmental regulation
(2007:515) shall not apply to the CAA:
section 20 on presentation, and
section 29 on the case.
section 18 of the Civil Aviation Administration's decisions regarding admission to the
training in air traffic control service may not be appealed.
Compensation for input VAT
§ 19 of the activities which constitute the exercise of public authority,
CAA compensation for input VAT
in the manner prescribed by Ordinance (2002:831) if
authorities ' right to compensation for the conclusion
value added tax (VAT).