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The Gambia Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) was established as an autonomous body in July, 1991 (under the Public Enterprise Act of 1989) to give effect to the Chicago Convention and to monitor and regulate the aviation industry in the Gambia to accepted international standards.

                    

           
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Publications

This Advisory Pamphlet (AP) describes the process of applying for and obtaining an Air Operator Certificate (AOC) to conduct commercial air transport operations under Gambia Civil Aviation Regulations (GCARs).

The certification process may appear to be a complex undertaking, particularly to a “first-time” operator. This AP provides basic information applicable to the certification process

                                                            

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Services

The Aeronautical Information Service (AIS) is responsible for the collection and dissemination of aeronautical information in the Banjul Control Zone (CTR).

Aeronautical information is provided in the Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP) Gambia and its updates/ amendments.
 

 

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Weather

Prior to the advent of the Directorate of Commerce (Dcom) in 1997, commercial, marketing and promotion, business development and air transport and economic regulations issues were scattered between departments, notably Airport Operations and Flight Safety Standards (FSS)

As these departments have their individual primary functions .....


 

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