Namibia Civil Aviation Authority

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The Namibia Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), formerly called the Directorate of Civil Aviation, is the civil aviation authority of Namibia. It is a regulatory body of the Ministry of Works and Transport.[1] The head office of the agency is located in Windhoek.[2]

It was previously in charge of aircraft accident and incident investigation in Namibia.[3] As of November 2013 accident and incident investigation is separated from the NCAA to ensure that investigations are unbiased. Namibia's Chief Accident Investigator now reports directly to the Minister of Works, Transport and Communication.[4]

On 1 November 2016, per the Civil Aviation Act, the name of the authority was changed from the Directorate of Civil Aviation to its present name.

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  1. ^ "About DCA." 11 May 2008. Retrieved on 28 January 2013.
  2. ^ "English Language Proficiency Form FSS PEL-G21." (Archive) Namibian Civil Aviation Authority. Retrieved on 30 November 2013. "Physical address: No. 12 Rudolf Hertzog Street, Windhoek, NAMIBIA "
  3. ^ "Safety Zone." (Archive) Namibia Directorate of Civil Aviation. 2 November 2007. Retrieved on 28 January 2013. "We will respond to aircraft accidents as soon as possible but if the accident is within 15 km radius of Windhoek we will respond within 15 minutes from the time the occurrence has been reported to us. A preliminary report of the known facts will be issued as soon as possible. Report(s) should be completed and submitted to the Minister for publication within 90 working days if it is not required to send any aircraft parts abroad for analysis."
  4. ^ "About DCA." (Archive) Directorate of Civil Aviation. Retrieved on 30 November 2013.

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