Civil Aeronautics Administration (Taiwan)

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Civil Aeronautics Administration
交通部民用航空局
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Agency overview
Formed20 January 1947 (69 years ago)
JurisdictionTaiwan (ROC)
HeadquartersSongshan, Taipei
Agency executives
Parent agencyMinistry of Transportation and Communication
Websitewww.caa.gov.tw

The Civil Aeronautics Administration, Ministry of Transportation and Communication (CAA; Chinese: 交通部民用航空局; pinyin: Jiāotōng Bù Mínyòng Hángkōng Jú) is a government agency of the Ministry of Transportation and Communications of the Taiwan (the Republic of China) responsible for the regulation of all civil aviation activities in Taiwan. CAA operates the passenger terminals in 18 airports, of which 9 airports are owned by CAA, with the rest owned by the Republic of China Armed Forces.

Organizational structure[edit]

  • Logistic Division
  • Aerodrome Engineering Division
  • Air Navigation Facilities Division
  • Air Traffic Services Division
  • Flight Standards Division
  • Air Traffic Division
  • Planning, Legal and International Affair Division
  • Civil Service Ethics Office
  • Budget, Accounting and Statistics Office
  • Personnel Office
  • Secretariat
  • Information Management Office

Airports operated by CAA[edit]

International[edit]

Domestic[edit]

Other Subsidiaries[edit]

  • Air Navigation and Weather Services
  • Aviation Training Institute

Director-Generals[edit]

  • 16 July 2012 - 16 January 2015: Jean Shen (沈啓)
  • 16 January 2015 – present: Lin Chih-ming (林志明)

Transportation[edit]

The CAA building is located on the grounds of Songshan Airport, accessible within walking distance south of Songshan Airport Station of the Taipei Metro.

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