HE the Minister of Transport and Communications Jassim Seif Ahmed al-Sulaiti has inaugurated the new Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) website in the presence of CAA Chairman Abdulla bin Nasser Turki al-Subaiey, and number of CAA heads of sections and units.
The new website represents a comprehensive interactive digital platform of all CAA related news and information in addition to the latest updates regarding the air transport sector and the aviation industry.
The initiative emphasises the CAA’s continuous approach to develop the content destined to the public and its constant endeavour to keep up with the modern technologies and most recent layouts applied to international websites.
The new CAA website is characterised by a unique layout of colours and clear images which facilitate access to information enabling visitors to utilise browsing and search options for further familiarisation with news and events organised or attended by CAA, including Air Services Agreements (ASA) and all civil aviation news in Qatar and around the world.
The website also includes various electronic services provided by CAA departments such as air safety, air navigation and meteorology, besides the publications section containing “Qatar Sky Magazine” issues and other CAA publications.
There is also a section dedicated to the announcement of tenders and auctions issued by CAA on a regular basis.
The new website has been launched in parallel with the mobile application “CAA Qatar” as an additional method of smooth communication between the CAA and individuals, companies, government entities at a local, regional and international scale.
CAA Qatar is available on Android and IOS to provide the public with more than five electronic services, including weather forecast as well as a new service to be subsequently supplemented to the application at the end of this year, which could be accessed by creating an account into the application.
On the occasion, the CAA chairman stated: “The launch of the new website and mobile application is within the framework of our continuous endeavours to further develop our communication policy to facilitate CAA interaction with the public both individuals and entities.
He added that such initiative also reflects CAA’s commitment to provide its services by means of the best and most rapid ways, deploying its utmost persistent efforts to maximise the benefits of utilising the latest technologies to achieve the optimal results and its vigorous pursuit of updating the local and international public about CAA latest news and events.
The CAA’s new website may be visited via the following link: http://www.caa.gov.qa.
The CAA Qatar mobile application is downloadable from Android and IOS app stores.
LEAVE A COMMENT Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked*
Amir sends message to Venezuelan president
QCS raises awareness on childhood cancer
Defence ties remain strong
Research in focus at Sidra Cudos 2018
Counsellors trained in career guidance
Qatar denies rumours of sending message to Israeli PM's office
MME cracks down on unauthorised ‘farms’
QRCS hosts IFRC election committee meeting
FM holds talks with UN officials