PNG AD/Gen/003 Generator System Warning Placard Installation
PNG AD/Gen/007 Emergency Exits-Operational Test
PNG AD/Gen/014 Repair Assessment of Pressurized Fuselages
PNG AD/Gen/018 Wing Fuel Tank Skin without Aluminum-Loaded Paint-Alternate Means of Compliance
PNG AD/Gen/019 Corrosion Affecting Primary Structure- Continued Airworthiness of Aging Aircraft in General Use
PNG AD/Gen/020 Pratt & Withney Engine PT6A Failure of Certain First Stage Reduction Sun Gear
PNG AD/Mil8/023 Replacement of Power Supply to Instrument Panels
PNG AD/Mil8/024 Inspection of Main Rotor Hub Axial Sleeves
PNG AD/Mil8/025 Inspection of Tail Rotor Blades
PNG AD 2016-01-Rev 1 Aircraft Primary Flight Control Cable Terminals-Detailed Visual Inspections
PNG AD 2016-02-Rev 2 Review of Mil-8 Component Records
PNG AD 2018-01 Inspection of Hydraulic Actuators
PNG AD 2019-01 Inspection of Vibration System Wiring
PNG AD/DHC8/22 In-flight Selection of Ground Beta-Inspection/Protection
PNG AD/B767/017 Body Station 955 Fail-Safe Straps-Inspection
PNG AD/B767/021 P50 Panel-Electrical Wire Bundles- Inspection and Protection
PNG AD 2022-01 Inspection of Cooling Fan Universal Shaft
The Civil Aviation Safety Authority of Papua New Guinea was established in 2010 by the Civil Aviation Act 2000 (as amended). CASA PNG is a statutory body with legal mandate to promote aviation safety and security through effective safety regulation of the civil aviation industry, with particular emphasis on preventing aviation accidents and incidents within the civil aviation system in Papua New Guinea.
While the safety regulation of civil aviation remains its primary role, CASA PNG also provides aviation security, safety education and training programs including responsibilities for airspace regulation.
As a signatory to the Convention of International Civil Aviation on international civil aviation, Papua New Guinea is responsible for maintaining an ongoing compliance with its international obligations and CASA PNG provides for this in its management of the civil aviation sector. To this end, the achievement of aviation safety and security outcomes are essential to our interests and, more broadly, the region.