Air Safety Support International (ASSI) is a not-for-profit, wholly-owned, subsidiary company of the UK Civil Aviation Authority, established under Directions from the United Kingdom's Department for Transport. The company's primary objective is to help provide a more cohesive system of civil aviation safety and security regulation in the United Kingdom Overseas Territories.
ASSI is responsible for supporting the Overseas Territories' existing authorities in the safety regulation of all aspects of civil aviation, including the licensing of personnel and the certification of aircraft, airlines, airports and air traffic control. In Territories where the civil aviation regulator does not have the resources to undertake the task themselves, then ASSI can be designated by the Governor to perform the civil aviation regulatory tasks on behalf of the Governor.
ASSI is designated to perform the regulation of aviation security on behalf of the Governor, in all of the Overseas Territories, working closely with aviation authorities where they exist.
Our Mission is to ensure, in an inclusive and sustainable manner, that the United Kingdom (UK) meets its international obligations in respect of aviation safety regulation within the UK Overseas Territories.
The legal basis for the establishment of Air Safety Support International.
The UK Overseas Territories are spread across the world and span a diverse range of cultures and environments. Find out more about these fascinating islands including contact information for each Territory's Director of Civil Aviation, Quick Links to useful websites and more.
Meet the people who sit on the Board of Air Safety Support International.
An introduction to the team of experts who support the development of air safety in the United Kingdom Overseas Territories and their roles within the team.
A set of competencies have been produced for use by OTAAs and ASSI.
Find out more about ASSI's Business Plans.