What does ANAC Stand for

The National Civil Aviation Agency

Anac is the acronym of the National Civil Aviation Agency. It is of an independent regulatory agency, a governmental agency that exists to ensure the continuity of the provision of services of civil aviation in Brazil, protect the interests of users and comply with the — system legislation notably the Brazilian aeronautical Code, the law of concessions, the general law of the Regulatory Agencies and the law of creation of the Faa.

The Faa holds the power to bestow and regulate air services and concessions of aeronautical and airport infrastructure. The tariff regime of exploitation of this infrastructure is established by the Agency, which also deals with the approval of plans of airports and the regulation of administrative activities and exploration of the whole area, in national territory, that has infrastructure aimed at landings, takeoffs and aircraft movement (technically known as airfields). Even the activities relating to airfields held by Infraero are subject to the regulatory power of the Anac.

In addition, the Faa still represents the Brazil at conventions, agreements, treaties and acts of international air transport and exercises administrative arbitration to deal with conflicts of interest involving air service providers and aeronautical and airport infrastructure.

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