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Notice of establishment


Made under section 50 of Civil Aviation Act Cap 80 ( R.E 2020)

Establishment of the Public Register


 Made under section 50


Establishment of the Public Register 

  1. The Authority hereby establishes a Public Register as required by section 50 of the Act. The Public Register shall be operated and managed as guided in this establishment Notice.


Location of the Register

2. The Public Register be accessible through the Authority’s Internet website.


Decisions and information to be kept


  3. (1) In addition to the decisions and information required by the Act to be placed on a Public Register, specified in sub-paragraph (2) below, the Authority shall from time to time determine the categories of decisions and information which would be placed on the Public Register and will notify the Minister accordingly.

(2) The Public Register contains the following:

(a) the draft Code of Conduct as specified by section 36 (2) (a) of the Act and later the adopted Code of Conduct as specified by section 36 (3) of the Act;

(b) any rules or regulations as specified in section 50 (4)(b) of the Act;

(c) a summary of any decision by the Authority setting rates or charges for the regulated goods or services as specified in section 50 (4) (c) of the Act;

(d) any other decision or information the Authority may decide to publish in the Gazette as specified in section 50 (4)(d) of the Act;

(e) consultation program specified in section 49 (2) of the Act; 

(f) prescribed license and other fees as required by section 43(4) of the Act; and 

(g) any other decision or information specified by the Authority’s rules, procedures, or regulations.

(3) The Authority shall exclude from the Public Register any document or part of a document that is confidential as determined by the Procedures established under section 30(2) of the Act.


Format of the Public Register


4. The Register format is designed to provide a quick and simple reference to the subject/information the users require to access. The Register is divided into parts/chapters, sub-parts/sub-chapters leading the users where particular information may be found.


Management of the Public   Register


 5. (1) The Public Information Office is responsible for the management of the Public Register in particular its availability to the public.

(2) The Public Register will be kept current at all times. Decisions and information required to appear in the Public Register shall be placed on the Register within seven working days of such decisions or information being available.

(3) The Authority will establish procedures to be followed for posting or amending information on the Public Register.