The goal of the project is to ensure that the Pacific aviation sector meets all international requirements for safety and security regulation and oversight. The project's objectives are (i) harmonization of updated legislative and regulatory frameworks in each member country along with training and capacity building, (ii) ensuring compliance with international requirements through airline recertification, and (iii) establishing and institutionalizing a regional surveillance and inspection system through creation of a Minimum Required Annual Inspection plan, technical guidance material in each specialized discipline, and development of an inspection documentation and issues resolution system.
Latest Project Documents
|Establishment of the Pacific Aviation Safety Office Project (Pacific Region)||Jun 2011|
|Aviation Legislative and Regulatory Review||Oct 2010|
|Aviation Legislative and Regulatory Review||Aug 2008|
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