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National Aviation Authority Of Gambia

Country: Gambia
Official Website:Gambia Civil Aviation Authority
Civil Aviation Authority Name (Native language): Gambia Civil Aviation Authority

Know in Detail About The National Aviation Authority Of Gambia

The Government of Gambia established the Gambia Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) as an autonomous body in 1991. The Gambia did it following the Chicago Convention to monitor the safety and regulation of the aviation industry in The Gambia. It was done under the Public Enterprise Act of 1989. The role of GCAA includes effectively managing air transportation and ensuring safety. It also operates the Banjul International Airport (BIA), providing the necessary infrastructure and facilities. BIA is also where its headquarters are situated.

Will the National Aviation Authority Of Gambia allow me to fly after graduating from Florida Flyers?

Yes. The aviation program by Florida Flyers is certified and globally recognized. After graduating here, you can become a pilot anywhere. We train students for international aviation careers. You should know the rules and regulations to work successfully with the National Aviation Authority Of Gambia. You can contact us to learn more about the Gambia Civil Aviation Authority, and we will help you with all the information. Florida Flyers wishes you all the best for your future.