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The Seychelles Civil Aviation Authority (SCAA) was established under the Civil Aviation Authority Act, 2005,as an administrative and financial body corporate to provide for the services, facilities and regulation of civil aviation activities in Seychelles with the power to do anything for the purpose of discharging or facilitating the discharge of its functions. The SCAA and its affairs are administered by a CEO reporting to a Board of Directors appointed by the Minister responsible for Civil Aviation.
The development of Civil Aviation in Seychelles started in 1972 with the opening of the Seychelles International Airport. Seychelles became a Contracting State to the International Civil Aviation Organisation’s (ICAO) Chicago Convention in 25th May 1977.
And as a Contracting State, Seychelles operates within the established privileges and obligations of the Chicago Convention articles, annexes and applicable standards.
The Authority has the following functions:
To deliver on our promise of highest standards in safety, security and quality of service for the customer
A leading organisation, bringing excellence to your aviation experience
The Minister for Transport has overall responsibility for the departments, as well as its arm’s length bodies (ALBs), which have established governance structures.