Civil Aviation Development Investment Program - CADIP
Purpose and Rationale for CADIP
The Civil Aviation Development Investment Programme (CADIP) has been developed and adopted by Government to revitalize and maintain the country's civil aviation network, mainly the 22 national airports. Its purpose is to ensure airports and air navigational infrastructure is in compliance with international civil aviation safety and security standards. Furthermore, it is intended to establish a sustainable civil aviation network that supports the growth and development of Papua New Guinea. The CADIP has been approved by Government through NEC Decision No: 145/2009.
The CADIP will be implemented by the National Airports Corporation (NAC) formerly CAA over a nine year period (2010-2017). A Project Implementation Unit (PIU) has been set up and staffed within the National Airports Corporation (NAC) to manage the program. A Project Steering Committee (PSC) has also been set up to oversee and guide the implementation of the program and it consists of the key stakeholder Departments of Treasury, Planning & Monitoring and Transport and the sector agencies includingl; the NAC, Civil Aviation Safety Authority of PNG (CASAPNG) and Air Niugini Ltd.
Telephone: (675) 324 4509
(675) 324 4649
Facsimile: (675) 325 2333
Location: 7 Mile, Port Moresby, NCD.
Papua New Guinea