Civil Aviation Administration (Sweden)

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Luftfartsverket is also the former Swedish name of the Finnish air navigation service provider, Finavia

The Swedish Civil Aviation Administration, or Luftfartsverket is a Swedish Government agency which regulated and oversaw all aspects of aviation in Sweden until 2005.[citation needed] The regulator part was called Luftfartsstyrelsen.

The Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP) part (Flygtrafiktjänsten) was established as Luftfatsverket (LFV). Hereby the Regulator and the Service Provider was separated.[citation needed] The agency had its head office in Norrköping.[1]

On 1 April 2010 the airport ownership and operation part of Luftfartsverket was transferred to Swedish Airports (Swedavia AB), a newly formed fully state owned company.[citation needed]

Air navigation services continues as a state enterprise under the name LFV.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ "Contact." Civil Aviation Administration. 16 June 2010. Retrieved on 6 December 2010. "Swedish Civil Aviation Administration S-601 79 Norrköping."

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