The Ministry of Civil Aviation of Egypt (MCA, Arabic: وزارة الطيران المدني) is the ministry in charge of civil aviation in Egypt.
1 History 2 Ministers of civil aviation 3 Investigations 4 See also 5 References 6 External links
History The ministry was established in 2002 by separating out the responsibilities for civil aviation from the Ministry of Transport and Communications. The Ministry of Civil Aviation is headquartered in Cairo. The Egyptian Civil Aviation Agency (ECAA, Arabic: الهيئة المصرية العامة للطيران المدنى), subordinate to the ministry, is the civil aviation authority of Egypt. Ministers of civil aviation
2002 Ahmed Abdel Rahman Nasser 2002–2011 Ahmed Shafiq 2011-21 July 2011 Ibrahim Manaa 2011-2012 Lotfi Mustafa Kamal 2012 Hussein Massoud 2012 Alaa Ashour (announced for two hours but never sworn in) 2012 Samir Imbabi  2012-2013 Wael El-Maadawi  2013–2014 Abdel Aziz Fadel 2014-2016 Mohamed Hossam Kamal 2016-present Sharif Fathi
EgyptAir Flight 804 (2016-05-19) EgyptAir Flight 990 (1999-10-31) Flash Airlines Flight 604 (2004-01-03) Metrojet Flight 9268 (2015-10-31)
Cabinet of Egypt
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Ministry of Civil Aviation official website (in Arabic) Ministry of Civil Aviation official website (Archive)
Egypt portal Aviation portal
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Aviation accident and incident investigation agencies
DACM CCAA ANACM ANAC BPEA MCA ECAA BEIAA GCAA KCAA LYCAA BEA ANAC BEA DAAI AIB BEA ANACIM CAA CAA TCAA DGAC
IAC IAC CAAB CAAC CAD AAIB NTSC CAO CAA JTSB IAC ARAIB LCAA CAA MOT AICC AAIB CAAN PCAA CAAP IAC GACA TSIB CAA ASC IAC AAIC DGAC IAC GCAA IAC
IAC IAC SIA IAC AAIU AAIIB AAII AIB SIA BEA BFU AAIB AAIASB TSB AAIB AAIU ANSV IAC IAC TAIIB AET IAC DSB AIBN SCAAI (civil) KBWLLP (state/military) GPIAA IAC CAD AMIA CIAIAC SHK STSB DGAC NBAAI AAIB
ECCAA ECCAA BCAD AAIB ECCAA TSB AAIB DGAC IACC ECCAA CIAA AAC ECCAA BEA DGAC DGAC JCAA BEA DGAC ECCAA INAC AAC NTSB ECCAA ECCAA ECCAA TTCAA AAIB NTSB NTSB
NTSB ATSB BEA CAAF NTSB BEA TAIC NTSB AIC
JIAAC DGAC CENIPA DGAC UAEAC DGAC AAIB BEA GCAA DINAC CIAA OIPAIA DGPIAA
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List of Egyptian Ministries
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