Civil Aviation Authority (Hungary)

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Gate A at Budapest Airport leads to the former CAA-HU head office

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA-HU, Hungarian: Polgári Légiközlekedési Hatóság, PLH), earlier the Civil Aviation Administration (Légügyi Igazgatóság, LUI), was a government agency of Hungary that acted as that country's civil aviation authority. The head office was located in Building 13 of Budapest Ferihegy International Airport Terminal 1 in Budapest.[1]

In 2007 the successor agency, the National Transport Authority, began operations on 1 January 2007.[2] The Transportation Safety Bureau (previously the Civil Aviation Safety Bureau of Hungary) is the agency that investigates transport accidents and incidents.

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  1. ^ "Elérhetőségünk." Civil Aviation Authority. 1 March 2005. Retrieved on 20 February 2012. "Cím: Budapest, Ferihegy I., 13-as épület. Megközelíthető: Ferihegy I. "A" porta Levélcím: 1675 Budapest, PF 41."
  2. ^ "Home." National Transport Authority. Retrieved on 20 February 2012.

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