CAASL Shifts its Office from Colombo to Katunayake
Civil Aviation Authority of Sri Lanka, which is located at No.4, Hunupitiya Road, Colombo 2 has started shifting its office to a new building located at 152/1, Opposite Radar Hill, Katunayake- Minuwangoda Road, Katunayake, with effect from 16.01.2018. It is expected that the office shifting process will go on for upto 31.01.2018 and consequently, the members of the public are informed that the services delivered by the CAASL are likely to be adversely affected. Hence it is advised to avoid the abovementioned period when seeking services from the CAASL.
However, in case of an urgent need for the services of the CAASL, the Members of Public may contact the respective Heads of Sections on the contact numbers given below.
Additional Director General - 0763467673
Director Aerodromes - 0770547080
Director Air Navigation Services - 0772566676
Director Aviation Security - 0773520586
Director Aircraft Operations - 0777382252
Director Aircraft Registration and Airworthiness - 0763837700
Director Training Organizations and Personnel Licensing - 0763817700
Director Air Transport and Economic Regulation- 0773130027
Director Human Resources and Office Management - 0773347405
Director Finance and Revenue Management - 0773688977
Director Research, Development Planning and Special Projects - 0763807700
Director Internal Audit and Quality Survey - 0777352082
CAASL regrets very much the inconvenience caused to the members of the public in this regard.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Sri Lanka (the “CAA”) was established under the Civil Aviation Authority Act No.34 of 2002 on 27th December 2002
CAA is a Public Enterprise for the purpose of audit of accounts under Article 154 of the Constitution of the Democratic Socialistic Republic of Sri Lanka. It is categorized as Commercial Corporation in terms of the Public Enterprise Circular PED 11.
The primary function of the CAA is to regulate civil aviation activities in Sri Lank in keeping with International Standards and Recommended Practices adopted by International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and to steer the aviation sector in Sri Lanka as a prime contributor to the growth of national economy, enhancing quality of life of it’s citizens.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Sri Lanka consists of eight (08) members.
The term of office of members appointed by the Minister is three years.
By statute, the Director General of Civil Aviation is the Chief Executive Officer of the CAA
The Authority is subjected to the direction and control of the Minister in charge of the subject of civil aviation who at present is the Minister of Civil Aviation, and the CAA reports directly to him.
In pursuance of the Civil Aviation Authority of Sri Lanka Act No.34 of 2002, the Authority shall in a manner consistent with the obligations of Sri Lanka under the Convention exercise, perform and discharge the following powers, functions and duties.
To be a prime catalyst for the growth of the National Economy
To facilitate through strategic planning and effective regulation, the operation of a safe, secure and efficient national civil aviation industry that conforms to International Standards and Recommended Practices
(Last updated on : 16.07.2014 by DGCA's office)