…says agencies’ll collaborate to improve safer skies
To enable the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) comply with the requirements of the Act and the Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) regulations, the aviation regulatory body disclosed that it had constituted a team of inspectors from the different technical areas and specialties of airworthiness, flight operations, air navigation services, personnel licensing and aerodrome operations.
The Director General of NCAA, Capt. Muhtar Usman sais this in a statement made available to New Telegraph.
He disclosed that on receipt of the draft reports on serious incidents and accidents from the Bureau, the team reviewed the report in order to enhance its value, determine the necessity (whether to or not) to implement the safety recommendation and where required, develop safety actions to appropriately address the safety recommendations.
He assured that the NCAA was willing and ready to cooperate and continuously improve the existing partnership with the Bureau to ensure safe skies within Nigeria.
Besides, he said that the NCAA’s response is forwarded to the Director General for amendments and acceptability and thereafter to the Bureau. Several Final Reports issued by the AIB contain these safety actions by the NCAA.
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