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If you have a query or suggestion, or you are a client whose address has changed, then we'd like to hear from you.
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- Address for Service – Information on the obligations of aviation document holders
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|Phone and Email||Location||Postal|
|Tel: +64 4 560 9400
Fax: +64 4 569 2024
|Level 15, Asteron Centre
55 Featherston Street
|PO Box 3555
Aviation Safety Concerns
Aviation Safety Concerns - this page has information about reporting an accident, low flying, aircraft noise, aircraft effluent claims, agricultural chemical drift, and helicopter frost protection. It has the contact information if you have concerns about aviation safety in New Zealand.
Contact Manager Corporate
Communications, Mike Richards,
Tel (direct): 04 560 9577, or mobile: 027 222 0290
The CAA is available to answer media enquiries during normal business hours, 7 days a week.
The CAA will also release information in the public interest outside of these times through its Notification Service. To subscribe to this free service, select “Public and Media Info”, fill in your name and email address, and respond to the confirmation email.
Inquiries after hours will be responded to as soon as reasonably practicable, which may be the following business day.
Use fax or postal address as above, or email the Coordinator Official Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Personal Information Requests
Pursuant to section 45 of the Privacy Act 1993, the Civil Aviation Authority is required to be satisfied of the identity of the person making a request. Therefore, could you please forward a signed photocopy of a photographic form of identification (ie. Passport or Drivers Licence).
No information will be made available to you until proof of your identity has been supplied.