GCAA - Georgia

Visiting address

Postal address


Tbilisi , 0158



Tel + 995 32 2 94 80 14

Fax + 995 32 2 94 80 14


Association information

Goals and Tasks

Taking into account EC and ICAO recommendations as well as international standards and recommended practices in this sphere, in accordance with the Law of Georgia “On the Management and Regulation of Transport Field”  The Legal Entity of Public Law – Civil Aviation Agency was created on 15 April 2011 under the umbrella of Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia.

The Agency is responsible for the monitoring and development of Civil Aviation in Georgia, realizes State administration and safety oversight in this sector, develops regulations and procedures, carries out supervision over its fulfillment and provides related services.

Ensuring safe and better functioning of civil aviation is a highest priority for Agency. That’s why the special attention is paid for the implementation of International standards and European regulations in this sphere. By signing Common Aviation Area Agreement with EU Member States, Georgian Side once again expressed its full readiness and aspiration to achieve the full harmonization with mentioned EU standards and regulations. The process of appropriate reforms and legislative changes continues actively up till now.    

Despite of huge responsibility assumed by Georgia and GCAA in particular, as well as the difficulties which may arise during the process of harmonization of Georgian Legislation in compliance with EU aviation norms, given initiative will be an important step towards integration Georgia into European aviation market by removing restrictions and therefore granting new opportunities for Georgian air carriers.

Our main goals are:

  • Implementation of European aviation safety and quality management standards;
  • Ensuring passenger’s rights and there interests;
  • Simplification administrative procedures and establishment attractive environment for investors;
  • Development safe, efficient and environmentally acceptable Airports network;
  • Further enhancement of cooperation with International Civil Aviation Organizations;
  • Fulfillment of all obligations taken within the scope of The European Common Aviation Area Agreement (ECAA);
  •  Integration with European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA);
  • Successful completion of ICAO and EASA audits.