Civil Aviation conducted training on Safety Assessment of Foreign Aircraft
- United Arab Emirates: Thursday, September 27 - 2012 at 14:35
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The General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) hosted and organized training on Safety Assessment of Foreign Aircraft (SAFA) in Dubai last week. Representatives from GCC Member states from UAE, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of Bahrain and Qatar attended the first in house training as part of the initiative of the unified GCC SAFA program.
Engineer Aqeel Al Zarouni, Director of Foreign Operators stated that GCAA is constantly aiming for evolving its internal resources and acquiring this new capability is a great achievement to be proud off.
Al Zarouni stated that this training will be customized in near future for the UAE aviation industry.
Al Suwaidi cited a steady and gradual progress achievement since the task force formulated which optimistically indicates the willingness of the GCC member states to have common grounds and unified approach for the GCC SAFA program.
Within the framework of the SAFA program, a number of processes were agreed upon to launch and implement the unified program, including but not limited, the preparation of the draft legal framework for the proposed GCC SAFA unified program. It was also emphasized by the member states the importance of providing training and workshops to the GCC inspectors to gain the required knowledge.
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