One of the most important CAA responsibilities is the regulating and establishment of the National Aviation Legal System for all the aviation areas.
The regulatory functions of the CAA related to the regulating are performed by its International Legal Division.
Exercising the regulatory functions regarding regulation, the CAA conducts:
Drafting and enactment of the safety, security, and economic aviation rules and regulations;
Transposition of the International and European standards and rules in the national legislation;
Participating in the procedure for bilateral and multilateral aviation agreements;
Observing the other national rules and regulations in order to check if they are inline with the aviation national rules and regulations and ratified aviation international agreements.
CAA keep records of all aviation rules and regulations in the Aviation Regulations Code (ARC) and of the International Agreements in the International Agreements Code (IAC).
Those Aviation Regulations that can not be open from this web site, it can be found by the regulation’s official journal’s number on the Official Journal web side: www.slvesnik.com.mk by clicking the “Free additions” item.
CAA keep records of all transposed International and European standards and rules within the national rules and regulations:
CAA conducts translations and keep records of all transposed International and European standards and rules such as:
- EU Regulations and Directives;