A civil air ensign is a flag (or a variation thereof) which represents civil aviation in a country or organization. Typically, it is flown from buildings connected with the administration of civil aviation and it may also be flown by airlines of the appropriate country. A civil air ensign is the equivalent of the civil ensign which represents merchant shipping. Not all countries have civil air ensigns and those without usually fly their national flags instead.
|Australia||1948–present||Australian Civil Aviation Ensign||An ensign based on the British Civil Air Ensign with the stars of the Southern Cross superimposed |
|Fiji||1970–present||Fijian Civil Air Ensign||An ensign based on the British Civil Air Ensign with the Fijian coat of arms superimposed.|
|Ghana||1957–present||Ghanaian Civil Air Ensign||A light blue ensign with the Flag of Ghana in the canton and the national star in the fly.|
|Guyana||1966–present||Guyanese Civil Air Ensign||An ensign based on the British Civil Air Ensign with the Flag of Guyana in the canton.|
|Luxembourg||?–present||Roude Léiw (Red Lion)||An ensign based on the Coat of arms of Luxembourg. Also used as the Luxembourgish civil ensign.|
|New Zealand||16 November 1938 – present||New Zealand Civil Air Ensign||An ensign based on the British Civil Air Ensign with the stars of the Southern Cross as seen from New Zealand in the fourth quarter|
|Pakistan||1951–present||Pakistani Civil Air Ensign||A light blue ensign with the Flag of Pakistan in the canton influenced by the British design.|
|United Kingdom||11 August 1931 – present||British Civil Air Ensign||A light blue ensign with the Union Flag in the canton and a dark blue Latin cross fimbriated white placed overall.|
|Zambia||1965–present||Zambian Civil Air Ensign||On a field of sky blue an alighting eagle gold set within a ring quartered in the colours of the Republic of Zambia thus. In the first quarter green, on the hoist side orange, in the fly side red and in the base black.|
|International Civil Aviation Organization||19 March 1993-present||International Civil Aviation Organization flag||A flag bearing the ICAO emblem similar in size, colour and general layout as the United Nations flag.|
|Australia||1935–1948||Australian Civil Aviation Ensign||An ensign based on the British Civil Air Ensign with the stars of the Southern Cross superimposed in gold.|
|Canada||1922–1923||Canadian Civil Aviation Ensign||Light blue, in the dexter canton the Union and in the centre of the fly of the flag on a red shield edged with white, an albatross, white, with wings extended over three maple leaves conjoined on one stem, proper. Briefly used by the Air Board.|
|Ghana||1964–1966||Ghanaian Civil Air Ensign||A light blue ensign with the Flag of Ghana in the canton and the national star in the fly.|
|Greece||1935–1978||Greek Civil Air Ensign||A white cross on a blue field with a Greek roundel in the centre. Also used as the ensign of the Hellenic Air Force (1973–1978).|
|South Africa||1930s||South African Civil Air Ensign||An ensign based on the British Civil Air Ensign with the 1928 flag of South Africa in the canton.|
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