Japan Civil Aviation Bureau
The Japan Civil Aviation Bureau (航空局 Kōkūkyoku?, CAB) is the civil aviation authority of Japan and a division of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT). Its head office is in the MLIT building in Kasumigaseki, Chiyoda, Tokyo. It is the Japanese equivalent of the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration.
- Japan Transport Safety Board (current accident investigation agency)
- Aircraft and Railway Accidents Investigation Commission (predecessor air and rail accident investigation agency)
- Aircraft Accident Investigation Commission (predecessor air accident investigation agency)
- "Japan" (country profile) (Archive). Federal Aviation Administration. p. 2. Retrieved on December 31, 2013. "Civil Aviation Authority Civil Aviation Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure,Transport and Tourism Address: No. 1-3, 2-chome, Kasumigaseki, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan"
- "Christmas comes early for one McChord Captain." (Archive) 62nd Airlift Wing, U.S. Air Force. December 20, 2013. Retrieved on December 31, 2013. "Then the next 10 months she will work with various Japanese organizations in Tokyo such as the Japanese Civil Aviation Bureau (Federal Aviation Administration equivalent), Japanese military and Japanese airlines."
- Civil Aviation Bureau
- Civil Aviation Bureau (Japanese)
- "Working Arrangement between The Civil Aviation Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, Japan (CAB) and The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)." (Archive)
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