Civil aviation authority of macau

Civil Aviation Authority of Macau SAR

民航處, Autoridade de Aviação Civil de Macau
Agency overview
Formed 1987
Jurisdiction Macau
Headquarters 18/F, Cheng Feng Commercial Centre, 336-342, Alameda Dr. Carlos D'Assumpção, Macau
Agency executive Simon Chan Weng Hong, President
Parent agency Secretariat for Transport and Public Works (Macau)
Website AACM

Civil Aviation Authority of Macau SAR (CAA, traditional Chinese: 澳門特別行政區民航局; simplified Chinese: 澳门特别行政区民航局; Mandarin Pinyin: Àomén Tèbié Xíngzhèngqū Mínhángjú; Jyutping: Ou3mun4*2 Dak6bit6 Hang4zing3 Keoi1 man4 hong4 guk6, Portuguese: Autoridade de Aviação Civil da Região Administrativa Especial de Macau, AACM) is the Civil Aviation Authority in Macau and responsible for controlling and regulating air traffic an airspace within Macau.

Its head office is on the 18th floor of the Cheng Feng Commercial Centre (traditional Chinese: 誠豐商業中心; simplified Chinese: 诚丰商业中心; Mandarin Pinyin: Chéng Fēng Shāngyèzhōngxīn; Jyutping: sing4 fung1 soeng1 jip6 zung1 sam1, Portuguese: Centro Comercial Cheng Feng).[1] As of 2013 Simon Chan Weng Hong (traditional Chinese: 陳穎雄; simplified Chinese: 陈颖雄; Mandarin Pinyin: Chén Yǐngxióng; Jyutping: can4 wing6 hung4) is the president of the CAA.[2]

The CAAM (or AACM) is a department of the Secretariat for Transport and Public Works (Macau). It was formally created in 1991 to replace the Macau International Airport Office (O Gabinete do Aeroporto Internacional de Macau) created in 1987.[3] Some of the roles of the Airport Office was taken over by the CAM-Macau International Airport Company Limited.

The AACM is headed by the President, who reports to the General Committee (as a member) and the Administrative Committee (as the head).

Like Hong Kong, the CAAM is an independent authority from the Civil Aviation Administration of China. The CAAM controls the airspace within Macau.[4]

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External links

  • Civil Aviation Authority of Macau SAR
  • Civil Aviation Authority of Macau SAR (Portuguese)
  • Civil Aviation Authority of Macau SAR
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