Al-Subaey: Qatar has a modern and sophisticated air safety system

Qatar leads the world by applying security standards in aviation by 99.10%

The first in the Middle East to implement European aviation safety regulations

Qatar’s civil aviation industry is strong and internationally recognized

The Civil Aviation Authority has succeeded in compensating Qatar with new and distant markets. It has made great strides and placed Qatar in the top positions. It has also contributed to enhancing Qatar Airways operations through a series of air transport agreements and memorandums of understanding. HE Mr. Abdullah bin Nasser Turki Al-Subaey, President of the Civil Aviation Authority said that the QCAA signed 10 aviation agreements immediately after the imposition of the blockade to open new and safe markets to reach total air transport agreements to 165 agreements. He also mentioned that “Qatar is the first country in the Middle East to implement comprehensive European aviation safety regulations, and Qatar is the world’s leader in applying security standards in aviation”. The CAA has prepared a file supported by legal arguments and statements. Civil Defense by 99.10%

“The State of Qatar has opened its permanent office at the ICAO organization in Montreal, Canada, which is an indication of the importance of the Qatari role in the civil aviation community,” said Al-Subaey. All events and initiatives established by the International Civil Aviation Organization, In addition to its role in enhancing cooperation and exchange of experiences with various countries represented by resident delegates at the headquarters of the organization in Montreal. He added: “The permanent office of the State of Qatar in ICAO includes a group of experts in the field of civil aviation. The President of the CAA explained that Qatar leads the world in the application of civil aviation security standards.” The civil aviation system in any country depends on the competencies And therefore we have taken a decision to qualify Qatari cadres to assume their positions in the Civil Aviation Authority, He pointed out in this context that the ratio of distillation in the typical administrations of the CAA, such as the affairs of employment and finance, is more than 95%. The technical departments that depend on the air observers and meteorology have a distillation rate of 90%.

“The ambition of Qatar Airways to become a member of the International Council of the Organization is growing in September 2019.” The CAA is moving to reach 53 million passengers annually through Hamad International Airport. Hamad International Airport is expanding to accommodate the planned numbers.

Al-Subaey said that the various agreements concluded by the CAA come within the framework of the great development witnessed by the air transport sector and the construction of Hamad International Airport which achieves great achievements, the first of which is Qatar’s entrance to the world.

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has signed three initials, 14 memorandums of understanding and minutes of a meeting, on the sidelines of its participation in the ICAO Aviation Services Negotiations Conference, held in Kenya. The Qatari delegation held 29 bilateral meetings and negotiations with various countries of the world, resulting in the signing of agreements in initials with Jordan, Jamaica and Haiti, with several bilateral discussions resulting in the signing of 14 memorandums of understanding and minutes of a meeting. The agreements and memorandums of understanding reflect the great development witnessed by the air transport sector in Qatar and the quest to strengthen international relations in the field of civil aviation with the countries of the world in terms of increasing the rights of transport and freedoms granted under the air services agreements, Destinations around the world and increase its flights.

The various agreements concluded by the CAA come in the context of the great development witnessed by the air transport sector and the construction of Hamad International Airport, which achieves great achievements, the first of Qatar’s entrance to the world, the center of maintenance aircraft and increase shipping rates, and is the first airport in the world in line with operations The new Airbus A320 supercharged aircraft, and the Hamad International Airport will help establish Qatar as a major hub for regional air traffic over the next 50 years. Al-Subaey said Qatar is the world’s leading Of Civil Aviation, noting that the CAA continues to conclude air transport agreements with several countries in the world to give Qatar Airways the opportunity to strengthen its network of operations.

The CAA has signed a letter of intent with the Institute of Air Law and Space Law at the University of Miguel, Canada. The letter of intent was signed by HE Mr. Abdullah bin Nasser Turki Al-Subaey, President of the Civil Aviation Authority and Dr. Brian Haval, Director of the Institute of Air Law and The Institute provides training courses for the employees of the Authority, in addition to the establishment of conferences, seminars and workshops for them to develop performance.

HE the President of the CAA has confirmed that the preliminary results of the international audit carried out by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) on the air safety system of the Civil Aviation Authority put Qatar in the ranks of the most developed and confirmed beyond any doubt that the civil aviation industry, Qatar Is very strong and occupies a prestigious position globally. The President of the CAA mentioned that the State of Qatar today is one of the most developed countries in the aviation industry and occupies a great position globally to the modernity of air safety systems and the growing numbers of passengers through.

Source: Civil Aviation Authority