REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA
WINDHOEK - 16 July 2001
Proposed Civil Aviation Technical Standards: NAM-CATS-CCL "Cabin Crew Licensing" ..
MINISTRY OF WORKS, TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATION
PROPOSED CIVIL AVIATION TECHNICAL STANDARDS
NAM-CATS-CCL "CABIN CREW LICENSING"
The Ministry of Works, Transport and Communication recently initiated the project to
update the current Namibian aviation legislation. There are two main reasons for updating
the aviation legislation, namely, the current legislation does not adequately reflect the
policies of Namibia for the aviation sector and does not reflect recent developments
within SADC. The project further aims to enhance the safety of civil aviation by ensuring
that the Namibian legislation complies with the minimum standards prescribed by the
International Civil Aviation Organization.
Part of the short-term legislative reform involves the updating of the regulations made
under the Aviation Act, 1962 (Act 74 of 1962).
Due to the nature and exclusive range of subjects which need to be regulated, this part of
the project will be executed in phases and regulations will be published accordingly.
The Director: Civil Aviation invites all interested parties to comment on the proposed
NAM-CATS-CCL "CABIN CREW LICENSING".
Comments or representations should be lodged in writing and should reach the Ministry
not later than 30 days from the date of publication of this notice. Correspondence should
be addressed to: