Libreville , BP 2212
Tel +241 01 44 54 00
Fax +241 01 44 54 01www.anacgabon.org
The National Agency of Civil Aviation (ANAC) Gabon is a public institution with national competence, with technical autonomy and management, which was created by the Gabonese state by the law 005/2008 of July 11, 2008 , thus replacing the General Secretariat for Commercial and Civil Aviation (SGACC), Gabon's first Civil Aviation Authority, which had not undergone any major changes since its creation in 1972.
This creation responded to two concerns: firstly, the Gabonese Government's concern to put its civil aviation at the standard of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) which advocates the transfer of civil aviation management to Autonomous organizations like what is already done in several surrounding countries, then the inscription of Gabon on the black list of the European Union, taking over the observations of ICAO.
The ANAC missions as enumerated in the law are:
As such, ANAC holds:
Subject to the specific missions entrusted to other public services by law, the ANAC exercises, on behalf of the State, all the prerogatives of the public authorities in the civil aviation sector, such as functions related to the regulation, supervision and control of air transport activities.
As such, the ANAC is responsible for:
in particular, by ensuring the control of the execution of the missions of the implementing bodies of safety, security and facilitation measures at airports.