Civil Aviation Authority of Pakistan

Civil Aviation Authority of Pakistan
Civil Aviation Authority of Pakistan
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Agency overview
Jurisdiction Government of Pakistan
Headquarters Terminal 1
Jinnah International Airport
Karachi
Parent agency Ministry of Defence (Pakistan)
Website
http://www.caapakistan.com.pk/
The headquarters of the Civil Aviation Authority is located at Pakistan's largest airport, Jinnah International Airport

Pakistan's Civil Aviation Authority (Urdu: مقتدرۂ شہری طیران) (CAA) is a regulatory authority, which oversees and regulates all aspects of civil aviation in Pakistan. Nearly all civilian airports in Pakistan are owned and operated by the CAA. CAA's head office is situated in Terminal 1 of Jinnah International Airport in Karachi.[1]

CAA is a member of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO).

Contents

Recognition

According to Service Performance Survey (SPS), a recent survey conducted by Singapore Airlines, the Allama Iqbal International Airport Lahore is ranked the world’s leading airport in terms of service performance out of 18 airports from around the world, including Dubai Airport, Capetown Airport, Mumbai Airport and Campbell Town Airport UK for its good terminal services and effective management.

Responding, DG CAA said:

In an age where knowledge, innovation and advancements have paved the way for unprecedented growth and opportunities, adaptation to change was a critical element that would help us keep pace with the changing dynamics of airport management.

Major Traffic Flows By Airport

The following table provides details of the major traffic flows by Airport in Pakistan in terms of passenger numbers, aircraft movements, cargo as well as mail during the year 2007. The results were collected by the Civil Aviation Authority of Pakistan[2]

Airport Aircraft movements (Number) Passengers (Intl & Domestic) Cargo handled (M. Tons) Mail handled (M. Tons)
Jinnah International Airport - Karachi 52,990 6,081,448 169,124 2,953.13
Benazir Bhutto International Airport - Islamabad 48,110 3,035,966 53,950 579.67
Allama Iqbal International Airport - Lahore 39,634 3,091,590 74,664 1,683.79
Peshawar International Airport - Peshawar 13,234 890,942 10,537 47.98
Quetta International Airport - Quetta 2,736 284,829 1,513 32.42
Multan International Airport - Multan 19,379 240,573 1,273 49.52
Gwadar International Airport - Gwadar 1,507 29,379 63 1.15
Faisalabad International Airport - Faisalabad 2,832 189,339 971 30.70

See also

References

  1. ^ "Contact Us." Civil Aviation Authority of Pakistan. Retrieved on 3 May 2010.
  2. ^ Statistical Information of CAA Pakistan CAA Pakistan, assessed 08-03-2009

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