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iciHaiti - OFNAC : Civil aviation in Haiti is progressing
18/10/2021 10:50:28

iciHaiti - OFNAC : Civil aviation in Haiti is progressing
Mario Claude St-Rome, the Director General of the National Civil Aviation Office (OFNAC) informs us that since the beginning of 2021 a set of decisions and efforts have made it possible to improve the functioning of its various sectoral directorates, including in particular the Directorate of Civil Aviation Safety of Haiti (DSACH).

This year, the focus has been on strengthening the staff of the DSACH with the recruitment of more than 15 new employees in its various departments, others are in training course at the level of the Aeronautical Training Department (DFA) until next November.

DSACH has also relaunched its collaboration with the offices of France Aviation Civile Services, a civil aviation consultancy and expertise company which ensures, among other things, the updating of manuals authorized by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and that this year again its inspectors can receive adequate training, both theoretical and practical, scheduled to begin on 25 October 2021.

In addition, a virtual library project is about to be completed by the end of this year in order to facilitate access to the various textbooks and the stardardization of the service. In addition, two new manuals have just been approved by the General Directorate of OFNAC which will now allow airworthiness inspectors to use them in the performance of their duties.

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