In 1971, a new administrative system (the Civil Aviation Authority) was set up which provided for the creation of an authority responsible for the economic, technological and operational regulation of the civil air transport industry1.
The Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA') consists of:
(1) at least seven but not more than sixteen members2;
(2) a person appointed to chair the CAA ('the chair') and other non-executive members3 and a chief executive4 and other executive members5.
Appointment and tenure of office, remuneration6, meetings, proceedings and appointment of staff are regulated by statute
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