| HCAA - ΥΠΑ|
| Civil Service department|
Regulation of civil aviation
The Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (Greek: Υπηρεσία Πολιτικής Αεροπορίας), abbreviated HCAA (Greek: ΥΠΑ), is a department of the Greek Government under the Ministry of Infrastructure, Transport and Networks. It is involved in air traffic control, aeronautical communications, airport operations, aircraft registration and inspection, licensing of civil air operators and personnel certification.
The headquarters of the HCAA are located at Glyfada, near the old Ellinikon Airport.
Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority Wikipedia
The Hellenic CAA uses a number of remotely operated VHF radio stations for civil aviation communications at the following locations:Ymittos (near Athens)
The HCAA uses a number of radar stations:Ymittos (near Athens), primary
Mount Pilion (SSR)
Levkas Island (SSR)
Athens International Airport, Kamara and Merenta hills (approach)
The radar stations are integrated using the PALLAS system (Phased Automation of the heLLenic ATC radar System).
The agency operates a small fleet of aircraft for navigational aid calibration activities. The current fleet is the following: