Civil Aviation Affairs - Bahrain

Also known as: CAA Last updated on: 31 October 2020

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Business SummaryDevelops, regulates, licenses and monitors the aviation sector in Bahrain; manages the Bahrain International Airport; provides meteorology and air navigation services.Country of IncorporationBahrainOwnership TypeGovernmentEstablished In1932Primary SectorGovernmental InstitutionsNumber of Employees700

Contact details

Primary address
Building: Civil Aviation Affairs Bahrain Building
Street: Road 2409
Area: Muharraq Area
P.O. Box: 586
Country: Bahrain
City: Manama
City Suffix: 224
Region
Capital
CONTACT
  • Tel: +973 17-351111
  • Fax: +973 17-321114
Related links
www.mot.gov.bh

Officers

  • Name availableAirport Director
  • Name availableFinance Director
  • Name availableAir Transport Director
  • Name availableActing Director, Air Navigation Systems

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