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Overview

Key airport information may also be found at: http://worldaerodata.com/

Responsibility for regulation of civil aviation has been based in different ministries of the Government of Cambodia, finally evolving into the present regulatory agency, the State Secretariat for Civil Aviation (SSCA), which now reports directly to the Council of Ministers. Cambodia Airport, a joint venture owned at 70% by VINCI Airports of France and 30% by Muhibbah MMC of Malaysia/Cambodia presently runs the country’s three international air gateways at Phnom Penh, Siem Reap and Sihanoukville. Thoroughly dependent on the tourism sector, and with 80% of the air route dominated by the Chinese market, the Cambodian aviation sector has strongly been impacted by Covid-19 travelling restrictions and the recovery is still unclear (https://www.phnompenhpost.com/special-reports/cambodias-aviation-sector-operating-wing-and-prayer).

For information on Cambodia Airports details, please see the following documents: 4.5 Cambodia Airport Company Contact List.

Cambodia General Aeronautical Information

For more information on government agency and airport company contact information, please see the following links: 4.1 Cambodia Government Contact List.

Procedures for Foreign Registered Aircraft

The following requirements need to be presented and approved before propositioning of foreign registered aircrafts. The approval is obtained from the Civil Aviation Authority of Cambodia. 

  1. Letter of request from organization;
  2. MOU between organization and Ministry of Foreign Affair;
  3. Aircraft details.

For information on additional details on procedures for foreign registered aircraft, please see the following document: Cambodia Procedures for Foreign Registered Aircraft.


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