Common Aviation University of China is a national college in Tianjin, China under the Civil Aviation Administration of China. The college was set up in 1951 to give common aeronautics tertiary instruction and preparing for new pilots in China. With extraordinary concentrate on the advanced education of common flight building and administration, it has been created as the fundamental foundation in these fields. It is by the Tianjin Binhai International Airport. CAUC comprises of two grounds, the northern and the southern grounds, with an aggregate range 1.03 million m2.
The college established in 1951 started as a devoted common flight college for the People's Republic of China. CAUC commended her 60th. commemoration in 2011 in Tianjin. Civil Aviation Institute of China (CAIC) grasps her change into Civil Aviation University of China (CAUC) conceded by State Commission Office and General Administration of Civil Aviation of China on July 20, 2006.
The University is regulated by the Civil Aviation Administration of China, which goes under the branch of the Ministry of Transport of the People's Republic of China. CAUC is a research intensive university. It has 14 provincial and ministerial key laboratories, covering almost all the disciplines the university has. CAUC research focus extensively in flight safety, aircraft type selection, aircraft and engine failure diagnosis, FANS, economic benefits evaluation for civil aviation enterprises, air transport management, information engineering and computer application.