Civil Aviation Administration (Sweden)

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Luftfartsverket is also the former Swedish name of the Finnish air navigation service provider, Finavia
For the French international school near Valencia, Spain with the acronym LFV, see Lycée Français de Valence.

The Swedish Civil Aviation Administration (Swedish: 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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