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Department of Transport. Presentation to the Transport Portfolio Committee 15 June 2004. Celebratory year. CAA-5 years Airports Company of South Africa (ACSA) - 10 years Air Traffic and Navigational Services Company (AINS) - 10 years international Civil Aviation Organisation - so years

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Department of transport

Department of Transport

Presentation to the Transport Portfolio Committee

15 June 2004


Celebratory year

Celebratory year

  • CAA-5 years

  • Airports Company of South Africa (ACSA) - 10 years

  • Air Traffic and Navigational Services Company (AINS) - 10 years

  • international Civil Aviation Organisation - so years

  • Powered flight - 100 years

  • 56 foreign airlines

  • 14 000 licensed personnel

  • 8000 licensed aircraft on register (ZS)

  • 141 licensed aerodromes

  • 22 air traffic control facilities


Key service providers

Key service providers

  • Airports Company of South Africa (ACSA)

  • Air Traffic and Navigational Services Company (ATNS)

  • Airlines

    • SAA/SA Airlink/ SA Express

    • BA/Comair

    • Nationwide

    • Inter Air


Acsa revenue r1 152 9m 2001 operating profit r543 8m 2001

ACSARevenue: R1 152,9m (2001)operating profit: R543, 8m (2001)

  • Established in 1993 (300 staff)

  • Own and operate 9 airports

    • International: CIA/ JIA/ DIA

    • National: George/ Port Elizabeth/ East London/ Bloemfontein/ Kimberly/ Upington

  • E-apron, upgrade CT International

  • Core business

    • Airport services/ property retail

  • 10m departing passengers per annum

  • partially privatised/ MOT: sharing Minister


Atns revenue r284m 2002 operating profit r25 1m 2002

ATNSRevenue: +/- R284m (2002)Operating profit: +/- R25,1m (2002

Provision of safe, orderly, speedy and efficient air traffic, navigation and

associated services.

  • Statistics

    • provides services at 22 air traffic units

    • 178 active air traffic controllers

    • responsible for 524 031 of the 562 718 air traffic movements in 1999

  • commercialised-MOT shareholding Minister

  • SA advanced Air Traffic system (SAAATS)


Department of transport

SAA

  • International

    • 102 bilateral air service agreements

    • 56 foreign airlines + cargo services

    • 4 international Sa airlines

    • BA/Comair, SAA (+SA Express and SA Airlink), Nationwide and Interair

  • Domestic

    • 3 major competitors on domestic market

    • BA/Comair/Kulula, SAA Alliance, Nationwide and 1time

    • 70% of capacity on golden triangle

    • JHB/CT/DUR


Caa budget of 100m staff costs r60m

CAABudget of 100m (staff costs R60m)

  • Passenger charge R70m

  • Fuel levy and user charges R25m

  • government subsidy R5,5m


Areas of oversight

Areas of oversight

  • Examine and licence 14 000 aviation personnel

  • certify aircraft products and parts to ensure the safety and airworthiness of 800 aircraft on the SA register

  • monitor air service operations and aviation training organisations, such as flight crew, cabin safety and security in respect of pax, baggage and dangerous goods

  • Regulate the infrastructure of 141 airports and 22 air traffic control facilities

  • investigate accidents and incidents

  • Callibrate equipment


Airports

Airports

  • Rescue and firefighting

  • Ramp safety

  • Civil infrastructure and noise

  • Electrical and OHS Act

  • Nav aids, Obstacles and Frequency spectrum


Airspace

Airspace

  • Aeronautical information

  • Calibration

  • Air Traffic Services

  • Committees:

    NASCOM

    ATNS/CAA/SAAF


Security

Security

  • Passenger

  • Cargo (Part 108)

  • Act 10

  • Infrastructural security

  • Committee&

  • NIDS & NASC

  • National air transport facilitation committee


Aircraft

Aircraft

  • Part 145

  • Part 21

  • Part 43

  • Part 47

  • Part 147/148/149

  • Part 98-107


Flight operations

Flight operations

  • Dangerous goods

  • Part 121

  • Part 135/109/138

  • Part 137/127/133

  • Part 149


Medical services

Medical services

  • Part 67 (Certification)

  • Part 67 (Policy)

  • Part 138,139(Emergency services) / Part141 / (First aid training) /pathological opinions: A&I


Personnel licensing and training

Personnel licensing and training

WORK

Part 61-66 (Licensing)

Part 81-66 (Examinations)

Part 141 (ATO's)

Committees:

ETQA

SAQA

SETA, etc compliance


Current role of government in civil aviation

Current Role of Government in Civil Aviation

  • Ensure safety

    • Civil Aviation Authority

  • Prevent monopoly abuse

    • Regulating Committee of the ATNS and ACSA

    • Appointed by Minister of Transport

  • Regulating access to the airline industry- allocates traffic rights

    • international Air Services Council

    • Appointed by Minister of Transport


Civil aviation legislation 1

Civil aviation legislation (1)

  • SAFETY AND SECURITY

    • Aviation Act 74 of 1962

    • Civil Aviation Offences Act 10 of 1972

    • Air Service Licencing Act 115 of 1990

  • ECONOMIC

    • International air Services Act 60 of 1993]Convention on the International Recognition of Rights in Aircraft Act 59 of 1993

    • Airports Company Act 44 of 1993

    • South African Civil Aviation Levies Act 41 of 1998


Civil aviation legislation 2

Civil Aviation legislation (2)

  • Institutional

    • Airports Company Act 44 of 1993

    • Air Traffic and Navigational Services Company Act 45 of 1993

    • south African Civil Aviation Authority Act 40 of 1998


Safety regulations

Safety Regulations

  • Aviation safety standards flow from international Treaty Obligations

  • Based on international Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPS

  • Produced by ICAO as seventeen annexes to the Convention on International Civil Aviation


Safety regulations 2

Safety Regulations (2)

  • Such regulation covers every aspect of airline activity

  • Technical and safety requirements promulgated as regulations

  • CARS and CATS

  • In South Africa safety regulation is the responsibility of the CAA


Economic regulations 1

Economic Regulations (1)

  • Prevention of monopoly abuse

    • ACSA & ATNS must be in possession of a valid “permission”

    • A permission regulates the increase in specified tariffs and lays down minimum service standards requirements

    • The RC’s approach to issuing a permission is captured in a document entitled “Regulation the Airports and ATNS Companies: Approach to the 2001/2-2005/6 permissions


Economic regulation 2

Economic Regulation (2)

  • Regulation of access to the airline industry

    • International Air Services Council established in 1993

    • allocates rights negotiated in terms of bilateral air service negotiations]appointed by Minister of Transport

    • Responsible for the licensing and control of international air service operations]60 international licence holders


Achievements

Achievements

  • Institutional reform and regulatory framework established

    • Corporatisation and commercialisation of ATNS and ACSA

    • Establishment of statutory body for safety-CAA

  • integration of military and civilian airspace

  • Alignment of regulatory regime with ICAO standards

  • Infrastructure upgrades

  • Economic regulatory regime established

    • International Air Services Council

    • Regulating Committee


Achievements1

Achievements

  • Increased SA’s participation in international for a

    • ICAO Council

    • AFCAC Presidency

    • Air Transport Panel, ICAO

    • CAEP

    • ATM Panel

  • Improved security- 100% hold baggage screening

  • Deregulation of domestic airline industry

  • Regional Initiatives

    • VSAT: SADC VSAT, Nafisat, Midsat

    • UACC

    • RVSM


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