Civil Aviation Authority of Norway

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Norwegian Civil Aviation Authority (Norwegian: Luftfartstilsynet) is the Norwegian inspectorate responsible for civil aviation in Norway. It is subordinate the Norwegian Ministry of Transport and Communications. Its head office is located in Bodø and it has an office in Oslo.[1]

Formerly it was part of the Norwegian Civil Aviation Administration or the Civil Aviation Administration/Norway (NCAA),[2] Luftfartsverket, but this was split into an inspectorate and an airport and air traffic management operator, Avinor.

Lawsuits[edit]

A verdict at Oslo District Court, found that employees of the aviation authority had operated recklessly, and the authority was in 2011 sentenced to pay 2.3 million Norwegian kroner to plaintiff Roger Hansen of the Ocas lawsuit (Ocas-saken).[3][4])

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kontakt oss." Norwegian Civil Aviation Authority. Retrieved on 30 December 2013. "Besøksadresse Sjøgata 45-47 8006 BODØ" and "Besøksadresse Oslo Rådhusgata 1-3 0104 Oslo"
  2. ^ Accident Investigation Board Norway (2 November 1999). "Report on the Accident to Vnukovo Airline's Tupolev Tu-154M RA 85621 Near Svalbard Airport Longyear, Norway on 29 August 1996". Retrieved 26 August 2010.  (Archive) - Cited page: p. 4 (5/121)
  3. ^ From the Cabinet of Norway's website: "Kritikkverdige forhold i Ocas-saken"
  4. ^ Dagens Næringsliv, 2011-04-16, p.10