Ministry of Civil Aviation (Egypt)
|وزارة الطيران المدني|
|Agency executive||Mohamed Hossam Kamal, Minister|
|Child agency||Egyptian Civil Aviation Agency|
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The Ministry of Civil Aviation of Egypt (MCA, Arabic: وزارة الطيران المدني) is the ministry in charge of civil aviation in Egypt. The ministry's headquarters are in Cairo. The Egyptian Civil Aviation Agency (ECAA, Arabic: الهيئة المصرية العامة للطيران المدنى), subordinate to the ministry, is the civil aviation authority of Egypt.
- 2002 Ahmed Abdel Rahman Nasser
- 2002–2011 Ahmed Shafiq
- 2011-21 July 2011 Ibrahim Manaa
- 2011-2012 Lotfi Mustafa Kamal
- 2012 Hussein Massoud
- 2012 Alaa Ashour (announced for two hours but never sworn in)
- 2012 Samir Imbabi 
- 2012-2013 Wael El-Maadawi 
- 2013–2014 Abdel Aziz Fadel
- 2014-present Mohamed Hossam Kamal
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