The Civil Aviation Regulations were promulgated and came into force after publication in the Government Gazette. The first batch of Regulations was published in August 2011 and the second batch in September 2011. The Regulations amongst other things provide for the registration of aircraft, licensing of personnel involved in aviation, certification of aerodromes, security, aircraft operations and administration amongst other things.
As the development of Regulations is a process, promulgation of other regulations dealing with other aspects of aviation such as accident investigations and air navigation services will be done in due course. The main objective of the Regulations is to implement the standards and recommended practices flowing from the Annexes of the 1944 Chicago Convention.
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