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The Civil Aviation Affairs (CAA) is the Kingdom of Bahrain’s aviation regulator which oversees all aspects of aviation.

The CAA regulates and issues air transportation and navigation, airworthiness, and other technical directives that apply to all aircraft flying into or out of the Kingdom of Bahrain. As part of its regulatory role, the CAA also serves as the governing body for setting laws and regulations related to aviation issues and is responsible for ensuring that all stakeholders comply and commit to all regulations and meet obligations. The CAA also assumes responsibility for the issuing of licenses /permits and certification for various activities including aircraft registration, personnel licenses, aircraft operations, and airline schedules. The CAA is also responsible for providing meteorological services including weather reports and forecasts as well as meteorological information.

Directorates falling within the Civil Aviation Affairs:

Aeronautical Licensing: Responsible for the Flight Safety Oversight of Bahrain’s aviation industry and ensuring compliance with established regulations as per  the Bahrain Civil Aviation Law, Air Navigation Technical Regulations (ANTR), and the ICAO Standard and Recommended Practices (SARP’s). The Directorate is also responsible for issuing licenses related to aircraft operations and airworthiness.

Air Navigation: Responsible for the provision of Air Navigation Services to all airspace users of the Bahrain Flight Information Region and Bahrain International Airport. The services include, Air Traffic Management supported by communication, navigation and surveillance systems and Aeronautical Information Management systems.

Air Transport: Responsible for air transport regulations, conventions, bilateral and multilateral agreements and airline schedule permission in the addition to issuing of licenses for cargo, travel agencies and other aviation activities.

Aviation Security: Responsible for ensuring compliance of all airport security agencies  in accordance to the National Civil Aviation Security Program and overseeing implementation as specified by the International Civil Aviation Organisation to determine the level of security.

Aviation Safety: Responsible for ensuring the compliance of all airport service providers and operators as well as  air navigation according to the safety standards specified in the Civil Aviation Regulation documents, and the safety standards specified by the  International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO).

Meteorology: Responsible for providing meteorological services and weather-related advice and information to all Government entities, civil aviation, marine operations, military, media, and the general public as well as ensuring compliance to regulations as recommended by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO)  and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). 

  • 8,603Total Aircraft Movement, Oct 2016
  • 664,356Total Passengers, February 2016
  • 18,074Total Cargo and Mail, February 2016
  • 28,000Daily average ridership, January 2016
  • 5,318,824Total Passengers, January 2016
  • 1,291,216Total General Cargo, 2015
  • 424,602Total Container Throughput, 2015
  • 65Total Vessels, Oct 2016