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Mon, 02 Jul 2018 15:20 - Updated Mon, 02 Jul 2018 15:20

ENANA is committed to improving its management

Luanda - The National Company for the Exploration of Airports and Air Navigation (ENANA) is working to improve its organization, management in order to successful in the audit of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).

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Manuel Ceita, CEO ENANA

Photo: Pedro Parente

The statement was made this Saturday in Luanda by the president of the board of directors of ENANA, Manuel Ceita, noting that, among other priorities, the company is also improving the situation of technicians and the activity of air navigation, so that "Angola takes away the shadow of possible blacklists."

The manager, who was speaking to the press at the end of a visit at to the International Airport 4 de Fevereiro, by the newly appointed Transport Minister, Ricardo de Abreu, said that these challenges are part of the Civil Airspace Management Programme (PGEAC), approved by the Executive.


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