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Civil Aviation Authority, Bangladesh

Civil Aviation Authority, Bangladesh (CAAB) functions as the regulatory body for all aviation related activities in Bangladesh. It is also the aeronautical service provider and is responsible for safe, expeditious and efficient flow of air traffic within the Flight Information Region (FIR) bounded by the International geographic boundary of Bangladesh. This organization is the custodian of all airfields and allied facilities including air navigation facilities.

Aviation activities in independent Bangladesh started in the last week of December 1971. Over the years the infrastructure and facilities were developed. At present, aviation activities are being carried out from 3 international and 5 domestic airports, about 17 air lines are now operating in and out of the country; about 43 States signed bilateral agreements with Bangladesh. The aviation security measures have been increased and this has been graded A-1 by FAA.

Civil Aviation Authority, Bangladesh  
AdressCivil Aviation Authority, Headquarter, Kurmitola, Dhaka-1229, Bangladesh
Phone880 2 8901400
Fax880 2 8901411
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