Aviation Related Organisations
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New Zealand's aviation safety and security regulator.The CAA assists the Ministry of Transport with the setting of civil aviation safety and security standards, and monitors adherence to those standards. The CAA carries out accident and incident investigations and collates this material to establish an industry-wide safety picture. This becomes the basis of safety initiatives ranging from education campaigns to increased monitoring and regulatory action.
All transport in New Zealand. The Ministry is the government's principal transport policy adviser. We are committed to providing the best possible advice to support the government in growing the New Zealand economy so we can all enjoy greater prosperity, security and opportunity.
The provider of air navigation services in New Zealand. Airways is a State-owned Enterprise (SOE), a fully-owned subsidiary of the NZ Government operating as a commercial business to control all air movements within NZ’s 30 million sq km's of controlled airspace (over 1 million movements annually).
MetService provides comprehensive weather information services, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Our national weather forecasts are vital to the New Zealand public and we are constantly enhancing and improving their delivery. We provide ground-breaking products and services that give a competitive edge to local and international businesses in the energy, media, transport, resources, industry, infrastructure and retail sectors.
The Australian aviation regulator. Our mission is to enhance and promote aviation safety through effective regulation and by encouraging the wider aviation community to embrace and deliver higher standards of safety.
The Australian air navigation service provider. Airservices is a government-owned organisation providing safe, secure, efficient and environmentally responsible services to the aviation industry. We manage air traffic operations for over 80 million passengers on more than four million flights every year.
The USA regulator. The FAA is primarily responsible for the advancement, safety and regulation of civil aviation, as well as overseeing the development of the air traffic control.
A United Nations Specialised Agency. ICAO works with the Convention’s 191 Signatory States and global industry and aviation organizations to develop international Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) which are then used by States when they develop their legally-binding national civil aviation regulations.
The European aviation safety regulator. The Agency develops common safety and environmental rules. It monitors the implementation of standards through inspections in the Member States and provides the necessary technical expertise and training to the system.