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  • 1. NATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION AGENCY Transition to the New Agency Josef Barat New York December 08, 2006
  • 2. SUMMARY The change Legal basis Role and responsibilities Organizational structure
  • 3. CHANGE CONTEXT Several organizations with different subordinations Civil aviation under the military Growth of the air transportation and aeronautical industries New regulatory agencies Optimization of the safety oversight system Administrative flexibility
  • 4. CIVIL AVIATION BEFORE ANAC PRESIDENT MINISTRY OF CONAC DEFENSE National Civil Aviation Council NAVY ARMY AIR FORCE COMMAND COMMAND COMMAND International Air International Air A&I A&I Navigation CENIPA CERNAI Navigation Investigation Investigation Operations Accident Investigation International Air Navigation Operations Maintenance Maintenance and Prevention Board Commission Licensing Licensing Register Register Facilitation Facilitation Security DECEA DEPED DAC COMGAP DEPENS Security Air Services Air Services AIR TRAFFIC/ SPACE RESEARCH & SUPPORT EDUCATION CONTROL DEVELOPMENT CIVIL AVIATION Civil & Military Aircraft Civil & Military Aircraft Civil & Military Aircraft Civil & Military Aircraft Civil Aircraft Ergonomics Airports Ergonomics Airports Air Traffic Air Traffic Human Factors CTA Human Factors Control Control Aerospace Technical Center Civil Aviation Certification Division Design Design Manufacturing Manufacturing
  • 5. ROAD MAP Initial studies (1999-2000) Discussions (2000-2005) Law 11.182 published on 27 September 2005 • Creation of the National Agency of Civil Aviation • 180 days for Agency’s implementation Decree 5.731 published on 20 March 2006 • Implementation of the National Civil Aviation Agency ANAC Statute published on 18 April 2006
  • 6. CIVIL AVIATION AFTER ANAC PRESIDENT CONAC MINISTRY OF National Civil DEFENSE Aviation Council National Civil Aviation Agency Design Design Manufacturing Manufacturing AIR FORCE NAVY ARMY Operations Operations Maintenance COMMAND COMMAND COMMAND Maintenance Licensing Licensing Airports Airports A&I Register A&I Register CENIPA Investigation Facilitation Investigation Facilitation Security Accident Investigation Security Air Services and Prevention Board Air Services Intl. Air Navigation Intl. Air Navigation Ergonomics Ergonomics Human Factors Human Factors DECEA AIR TRAFFIC/ SPACE CONTROL Civil & Military Aircraft Air Traffic Air Traffic Control Control
  • 7. REGULATORY FRAMEWORK BEFORE ANAC GOVERNMENT CBAer, 1986 Aeronautical Brazilian Code MD CONAC Deliberations COMAER Ordinance No. 453/GM5, 1991 DAC Requirements
  • 8. REGULATORY FRAMEWORK AFTER ANAC Law 7.565/1986 Aeronautical Brazilian Code GOVERNMENT Law 11.182/2005 Creation of ANAC Decree 5.731/2006 Implementation of ANAC MD CONAC Deliberations Regulation Standards ANAC Guidance Material Procedures
  • 9. ANAC ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES All the fields of civil aviation activities, except air traffic control and accident investigation • Economics regulation • Technical regulation (safety and security) • Customer protection
  • 10. ANAC ORGANIZATION CHART Board of Directors 1 Director President 4 Directors SRI SIE SSO SSA SAF SEP Superintendence Superintendence Superintendence Superintendence Superintendence Superintendence International Airport Operational Air Services Administration Studies,Researc Relations Infrastructure Safety and Finance h and Training former former former former former former DAC-SIE DAC-IAC CERNAI DAC-STE DAC-SPL DAC-SPCON COMGAP- DEPENS-ICAF DIRENG GGPA GGCP Accident and Aeronautical GER Incident Products Regional Offices Investigation Certification Branch Branch 7 Offices former former DAC-STE CTA-IFI TE-7 CAvC former DAC-SERAC
  • 11. ANAC LOCATION Headquarters: Brasília Offices: Rio de Janeiro and São José dos Campos Regional Offices: Belém, Recife, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Porto Alegre, Brasilia, and Manaus. São José dos Campos
  • 12. SUPERINTENDENCE OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Responsible for agreements, treaties, conventions or acts signed or to be signed with other countries or international organizations related to international air transportation.
  • 13. SUPERINTENDENCE OF AIRPORT INFRASTRUCTURE Responsible for aeronautical infrastructure authorizations and approvals, including the assurance of the integrity of passengers, crew, ground personnel, general public, aircraft and airport facilities (protection of the civil aviation operations against illicit interference acts).
  • 14. SUPERINTENDENCE OF OPERATIONAL SAFETY Responsible for all activities related aircraft operations and maintenance, personnel licensing, and approval of repair stations, air carriers, commercial operators and training schools.
  • 15. SUPERINTENDENCE OF AIR SERVICES Responsible for all authorizations for exploitation of air transportation public services, as well as the assurance of the reliability of the air transportation public services, allowing goods and people movement within adequate standards.
  • 16. SUPERINTENDENCE OF ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE Responsible for all administrative and finance activities, including recruitment and management of the Agency human resources.
  • 17. SUPERINTENDENCE OF STUDIES, RESEARCH AND TRAINING Responsible for the promotion of the integrated planning of the aeronautical infrastructure and the air services, including assessment of air and intermodal transportation, and for all activities related to the civil aviation personnel initial and recurrent training.
  • 18. AERONAUTICAL PRODUCTS CERTIFICATION BRANCH Responsible for all activities related to the certification of aeronautical products, including design and manufacturing and export approvals, and monitoring of the continued airworthiness of the certificated products (proposal of airworthiness directives).
  • 19. ACCIDENT & INCIDENT INVESTIGATION AND PREVENTION BRANCH Coordinate efforts and implement recommendations from the Aeronautical Accident Investigation and Prevention Center (CENIPA).
  • 20. MARKET TRENDS 250 A1 200 150 PIB POPULAÇÃO PIB/Hab PAX-KM TON-KM 100 ARNV 50 0 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005
  • 21. Slide 20 A1 Utilizou-se o total de aeronaves ativas registradas no Brasil. ANAC; 1/12/2006
  • 22. MARKET TRENDS 450 400 A2 350 300 250 PIB ARNV 200 150 100 50 0 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005
  • 23. Slide 21 A2 A linha referente a frota, contabiliza apenas aeronaves engajadas no transporte aéreo regular doméstico e regional OBS: Algumas empresas deixaram de informar ao término de alguns anos, a quantidade de aeronaves em sua frota. Outras trocaram equipamentos com menor capacidade por outras de maior. (justificativa para a queda com início em 2000. ANAC; 1/12/2006