Fri, 07 Dec 2018 16:23 - Updated Fri, 07 Dec 2018 16:23
Certified Airports Ensure Preservation of Property - INAVIC
Luanda - The National Civil Aviation Institute (INAVIC) states that "certified airports are a guarantee of the preservation of the goods, people and environment surrounding them, in the same way that easements are important for the quality and safety of airports and aircraft ".
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4 de Fevereiro International Airport, in Luanda
Photo: Pedro Parente
This statement comes as a result of the commemoration today of the 74th (74th) anniversary of the International Civil Aviation Day, as a result of the signing in 1944 of the Chicago Convention or the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
In view of the date (established by the United Nations) and the fact that Angola has been a member since 1977 of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), it points out that "airport certification represents a serious approach to illicit acts and facilities in the use of aerodromes ".
It adds that, through a note to which Angop had access, Angolan Airlines (airport security easements) represent a fundamental part of the safety of aircraft, people and goods around airports.
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