Achieve ICAO Award, RI Flight Safety Is Racing

By : Ahmad Fadli Dan Aldo Bella Putra | Monday, May 21 2018 - 14:30 IWST

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INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Indonesia has achieved certification from ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) on improving flight safety in Indonesia. This achievement is one of the success in establishing work synergy along with the domestic aviation regulators.

Indonesia's representative for ICAO, Andy Aron explained, ICAO Council President Olumuyiwa Benard Aliu has given the certificate to the Director General of Air Transportation of the Ministry of Transportation, Agus Santoso.

"The submission is done at ICAO Headquarters, in Montreal, Canada," said Andy.

The awarding of the certificate is given as a form of recognition of the achievements of the Indonesian government for the improvement of aviation safety in the country.

ICAO on 28 February 2018 officially publishes an on-site audit report, conducted in Indonesia, in October 2017. At that time, Indonesia achieved an EI of 80.34, which means a significant increase from the ICAO audit results in 2014 of 45.33.

Thus, the results of the aviation safety audit brought Indonesia ranked 58th in the world, from 192 ICAO member countries. And jumped 94 ranks from the previous rankings in the 152th world. And, ranked 10th in the Asia Pacific region from 39 countries included in the ICAO regional office accreditation in Bangkok.

Aliu said that the awarding of CPC is a form of acknowledgment of ICAO for the achievements and progress achieved by the Indonesian government in completing a number of safety surveillance as well as commitment to improve the standard of aviation safety standards.

 Santoso said, achievements and progress achieved is one of the successes in building work synergies with the airlines of the archipelago.

This is, he said, thanks to the cooperation of all stakeholders of national aviation and the support and direction of the central government.

He also made a number of improvements in order to ensure the safety of aviation in Indonesia, such as by issuing regulations related to aviation safety that meet the latest ICAO standards.

In addition to strengthening the duties and functions of the organization of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation of the Ministry of Transportation, developing the capabilities and qualifications of aviation safety inspectors and strengthening the system of implementation of standard implementation and ICAO practical recommendations in the field of aviation safety for all operators both airlines, airports, flight navigation and aircraft industry air.

"This award, we dedicate to Indonesia," Santoso said in his speech, at ICAO Headquarters.

Indonesia's representative for ICAO, Andy Aron explained, ICAO Council President Olumuyiwa Benard Aliu has given the certificate to the Director General of Air Transportation of the Ministry of Transportation, Agus Santoso.

"The submission is done at ICAO Headquarters, in Montreal, Canada," Andy said last weekend.

The awarding of the certificate is given as a form of recognition of the achievements of the Indonesian government for the improvement of aviation safety in the country.

ICAO on 28 February 2018 officially publishes an on-site audit report, conducted in Indonesia, in October 2017. At that time, Indonesia achieved an EI of 80.34, which means a significant increase from the ICAO audit results in 2014 of 45.33.

Thus, the results of the aviation safety audit brought Indonesia ranked 58th in the world, from 192 ICAO member countries. And jumped 94 ranks from the previous rankings in the 152th world. And, ranked 10th in the Asia Pacific region from 39 countries included in the ICAO regional office accreditation in Bangkok.

Aliu said that the awarding of CPC is a form of acknowledgment of ICAO for the achievements and progress achieved by the Indonesian government in completing a number of safety surveillance as well as commitment to improve the standard of aviation safety standards.

 Santoso said achievements and progress achieved is one of the successes in building work synergies with the airlines of the archipelago.

This is, he said, thanks to the cooperation of all stakeholders of national aviation and the support and direction of the central government.

He also made a number of improvements in order to ensure the safety of aviation in Indonesia, such as by issuing regulations related to aviation safety that meet the latest ICAO standards.

In addition to strengthening the duties and functions of the organization of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation of the Ministry of Transportation, developing the capabilities and qualifications of aviation safety inspectors and strengthening the system of implementation of standard implementation and ICAO practical recommendations in the field of aviation safety for all operators both airlines, airports, flight navigation and aircraft industry air.

"This award, we dedicate to Indonesia," Santoso said in his speech, at ICAO Headquarters.

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