1st Airworthiness Safety Conference holds in Dubai

April 2, 2014 10:55 am

The 1st Airworthiness Safety Conference, held in Dubai, Al Bustan Rotana Hotel on 9-10 March 2014, is the first event jointly organized by UAE GCAA and COSCAP-Gulf States.

Several Safety partners such as EASA, IATA, FAA, IFA and French DGAC participated actively with inputs and updates on the new technologies, techniques, quality of products, regulatory framework and safety management system.

The Deputy Director General of General Civil Aviation, U.A.E., Mr. Omar Bin Ghaleb, welcomed the participants and highlighted the importance of ‘Aviation Safety’, which has become a worldwide priority for both the regulators and the industry as they have to face many challenges. A number of officials and experts from various GCC Civil Aviation Authorities as well as from the industry gathered in Dubai on Sunday the 9th of March 2014, for a two day conference to discuss issues related to airworthiness safety.

The experts discussed the measures of an aircraft’s suitability for safe flight and the importance of performing the required maintenance actions and also the importance of understanding new generation products, their quality and production, thus increasing industry and regulatory awareness.

The Papers presented at the conference included Updates on RASG-MID progress and working Plan, Aviation Safety in the MID region, and focus areas, Environment protection, Noise and Emissions Certification, Operational Suitability Data (OSD) such as regulated by the European Agency (EASA)– from a first concept to full implementation as well as the new concept of aircraft building. Wide discussions also focused on Flight Operations and Engineering interface, the industry and regulators’ challenges.

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