The Implementing Rules and Regulations of RA 9497Presentation by: Rodge Quilala
RULE I – General Provisions
Section 1. References and Related Policiesb.a.c.d.
Section 1. References and Related Policiesf.e.g.h.i.
Section 2. PurposePromulgated pursuant to Section 90 of Republic Act No. 9497, otherwise known as the “Civil Aviation Authority Act of 2008.”
Section 3. Declaration of Policya.Air potential development and utilizationb.Encouragement and development of an air transport system.c.To support sound economic condition in transportation and to improve air carrier relations.d.Ensuring SAFETY, QUALITY, RELIABILITY, and AFFORDABILITY of air transport servicese.The encouragement and development of a viable and globally competitive Philippine aviation industry.
Section 4. Scope and ApplicationShall govern and apply to all activities of the CAAP and its offices and units as created under the Civil Aviation Act of 2008 and this IRR.
RULE II – Definition of Terms
RULE III – ORGANIZATION OF THE AUTHORITY AND OTHER RELATED MATTERS
Section 5. Corporate Powers of the Authoritya. The corporate powers of the Authority shall be vested in the CAAP Board of Directors consisting of seven (7) members as follows:•Secretary of the Department of Transportation and Communications- Chairman•The Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) – Vice – Chairman
Section 5. Corporate Powers of the Authorityb. EX OFFICIO; Provided, that, in the absence of the Members mentioned in (3) to (7), the Member concerned shall designate the officer next in rank to him in his department or office to act in his behalf
Section 6. The Authority•The six (6) Services enumerated in this Act and such other staffs/offices as may be created and included in the Organizational StructureAuthority ProperSupport Staff
Section 7. Offices of the Deputy Director General•There shall be two (2) positions for Deputy Director General to assist the Director General in handling the administrative, operational and other requirements of the Authority.
Section 8. Offices and Services•The CAAP being in transition from a line agency to an autonomous corporate entity and to provide flexibility in the organization, the major activities of the Authority shall initially be grouped ; the Special Corporate Staff Group, Technical and Executive Staff Group, the Aviation Operations Service Group, the Aviation Administration Service Group, Area Aerodrome Group, Aircraft Accident Investigation and Inquiry Board and the Flight Standards and Inspectorate Service.
Section 9. Organizational Structure of the Authority •The organizational structure of the Authority depicting the above offices/services is as shown in the attached Organizational Chart (ANNEX A). The Board may agree from time to time for the revision, abolition, or reorganization of the existing CAAP offices in the exigency of the service. The Staffing Pattern and Manning, with the corresponding Job Description, Qualification Standards and Compensation and other Emoluments shall be established in