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New - (Accra, Ghana , 2-5 April 2013 ) AFCAC 23eme Session Pleniere

 

23eme Session Pleniere de la CAFAC

 

La 23eme Session Pleniere de la CAFAC sera tenue au Movempick Ambassador Hotel a ACCRA

IMPORTANT NOTICE:  ALL arriving passengers in Ghana are required to have their YELLOW CARD/ INOCULATION CERTIFICATE ready for inspection by Port Health Officials.

 

1. Formulaire d'enregistrement du Movempick Hotel (pdf)

2. Draft Agenda (pdf)

3. Formulaire d'enregistrement de la Session Pleniere (pdf)

3. Draft Work Program (pdf)

4. Liste des Hotels (pdf)

5. Bulletin d'information (pdf)

 

1. Letter from Ghana Immigration Service to Airlines (jpg)

2. Baggage Identification Tag (jpg)

 


WORKING PAPERS FOR THE AFCAC 23rd PLENARY SESSION
(ACCRA, GHANA, 2 - 5 APRIL 2013 )
--- UPLOADING FILES ---

------ Download All The Papers Here -----


  1. WP/1 Draft Agenda (Revised) (pdf)

  2. WP/2 Draft Work Programme ( Revised) (pdf)

  3. WP/3 Progress Report on the Implementation of AFI-CIS (pdf)
  4. WP/4 Progress Report on the Abuja Plans of Action on Safety (pdf)
  5. WP/5 Technical Cooperation in Human Resource Development (pdf)
  6. WP/6 Rapport du Comite Technique de la CAFAC (pdf)
  7. WP/7 Strengthening AFCAC with Human Resource (pdf)
  8. WP/8 Revised AFCAC Constitution 2009 : Request for States to Sign and Ratify (pdf)

  9. WP/9 Insight into Legal Matters: Signature and Ratification of some important International Air Law Instruments(pdf)

  10. WP/10 The African Civil Aviation Policy (AFCAP) (pdf)
  11. WP/11 
  12. WP/12 Report of the Air Transport Committee (pdf)

  13. WP/13

  14. WP/14

  15. WP/15 Administrative, Accounting and Financial Procedures Manual, Procurement Code and the Service Code(pdf)

  16. WP/16

  17. WP/17

  18. WP/18

  19. WP/19

  20. WP/20 Environment (pdf)

  21. WP/21 Ratification of the Report of the 22nd Plenary (Extraordinary)Session(pdf)

  22. WP/22
  23. WP/23
  24. WP/24
  25. WP/25 Implementation of The Yamoussoukro Decision (pdf)
  26. WP/26
  27. WP/27 Implementation of AU Decisions and Actions Plan on Air Transport (pdf)
  28. WP/28 Amendements aux Conventions de La Haye et de Montreal (pdf)
  29. WP/29 ICAO Progress report on the area of Safety (pdf)

  30. WP/30 Assistance AVSEC de l'OACI aux Etats Africains (pdf)

Declaration :

AU Statement on the Opening Ceremony (pdf)


 

 

(Dakar, Senegal 29 October 2012 ) Regional Seminar for the preparation of the Sixth Worlwide Air Transport Conference ( ATCONF/6)

 

WorldWide Air Transport Conference ( ATCONF/6)

Cette reunion se tiendra à Dakar, dans la salle de Conference du secretariat de la CAFAC( 2éme Etage ) . Vous pouvez telecharger les informations des hotels et faires vos reservation .

Vous pouvez telecharger les informations ici :

 

  1. Informations Generales ( Pdf )
  2. Formulaire d'enregistrement ( Doc )
  3. List des Hotels ( Pdf )
  4. Draft Agenda ( Pdf )

 

 

 

 

WORKING PAPERS FOR WORLDWIDE AIR TRANSPORT CONFERENCE ( ATCONF/6 )
(DAKAR, SENEGAL, 29 OCTOBER 2012 )
  1. ATCM-WP/1 Regional Seminar in Preparation For ATCONF/6 (pdf)

 

 

 

12 eme reunion su le trafic aerien 2

 

WorldWide Air Transport Conference ( ATCONF/6)

Cette reunion se tiendra à Dakar, dans la salle de Conference du secretariat de la CAFAC( 2éme Etage ) . Vous pouvez telecharger les informations des hotels et faires vos reservation .

Vous pouvez telecharger les informations ici :

 

  1. Informations Generales ( Pdf )
  2. Formulaire d'enregistrement ( Doc )
  3. List des Hotels ( Pdf )
  4. Draft Agenda ( Pdf )

 

 

 

 

WORKING PAPERS FOR WORLDWIDE AIR TRANSPORT CONFERENCE ( ATCONF/6 )
(DAKAR, SENEGAL, 29 OCTOBER 2012 )
  1. ATCM-WP/1 Regional Seminar in Preparation For ATCONF/6 (pdf)

 

 

 

GCAA CELEBRATES 25TH ANNIVERSARY

Source: GCAA website

On Wednesday, 27th April, 2011, the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) launched its 25th Anniversary Celebrations on the theme “25 Years Of Aviation Safety And Security”.

In an address, the Director General of GCAA, Air Cdre Kwame Mamphey, said, the theme for the celebrations, has been chosen to take a look at the last 25 years and to celebrate where the authority is today. The GCAA, he added, has moved from strength to strength from being a unit to an Authority with the objectives of providing oversight for all activities related to civil air transport in Ghana.

“81 years ago”, he said, “Before most of us here were born, a unit was established with the then Public Works Department under the colonial government to oversee aviation in Gold Coast. This unit, was then granted a departmental status in 1953, fifty eight years ago, and finally in 1986, it became an Authority. So in actual fact, the origins of the GCAA date back to 1930, but this year, we are celebrating 25 years as an Authority”.

The Minister of Transport, Hon. Alhaji Collins Dauda, on his part said, “today’s launch is to showcase the various achievements since it became an Authority, particularly, its contribution to the National economy”.

He added that, Government will continue to support the Authority and all aviation stakeholders, to ensure that the national objective of making Kotoka International Airport the Aviation hub within the sub-region towards the better Ghana agenda is achieved collectively.

Visit GCAA website for more stories

 

FAA Announces Changes to Controller Scheduling

Source: US FAA

17/04/2011

Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood and Federal Aviation Administration Administrator Randy Babbitt today announced changes to air traffic controller scheduling practices that will allow controllers more time for rest between shifts.

“We expect controllers to come to work rested and ready to work and take personal responsibility for safety in the control towers. We have zero tolerance for sleeping on the job,” said Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood. “Safety is our top priority and we will continue to make whatever changes are necessary.”

“Research shows us that giving people the chance for even an additional one hour of rest during critical periods in a schedule can improve work performance and reduce the potential for fatigue,” said FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt. “Taking advantage of the time you have to rest is also a professional responsibility.”

The new scheduling rules have already been put in place and will be fully in effect by the end of the week:

• Controllers will now have a minimum of nine hours off between shifts. Currently they may have as few as eight.

• Controllers will no longer be able to swap shifts unless they have a minimum of 9 hours off between the last shift they worked and the one they want to begin.

• Controllers will no longer be able to switch to an unscheduled midnight shift following a day off.

• FAA managers will schedule their own shifts in a way to ensure greater coverage in the early morning and late night hours.

On Monday, FAA Administrator Babbitt and NATCA President Paul Rinaldi will be in Atlanta, where they will begin their Call to Action on air traffic control safety and professionalism meetings. The goal of the Call to Action is to reinforce the need for all air traffic personnel to adhere to the highest professional standards.

Over the course of this week, they will visit air traffic facilities in and around the following cities: Atlanta; Dallas - Ft. Worth; Kansas City; Chicago; New York; and Washington, DC. The two will also visit the air traffic control training academy at the Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center in Oklahoma City.

Senior members of both FAA and NATCA leadership teams will also be visiting additional FAA facilities nationwide over the next few weeks.

In addition to changes in scheduling practices, the Call to Action effort will include the development of a fatigue education program to teach controllers the risks of fatigue and how to avoid it.

The FAA will also commission an independent review of the air traffic control training curriculum and qualifications to make sure new controllers are properly prepared.

NATCA will expand its own Professional Standards program nationwide which focuses on peer-to-peer education for controllers on how to maintain the highest degree of professional conduct.

 
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(Lome Togo,5-7 August 2014)ICAO Meeting on Air Cargo Development in Africa

ICAO AFCAC International Aviation Environment Seminar (11-12 June 2014) and States Action Plans Seminar (12-13, June 2014) Yaounde, Cameroon

(Dakar-Senegal,24-26 June 2014) AFCAC/ICAO Joint Workshop on PBN Implementation

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(Niamey-Niger, 22-27 Sept 2014) On site Training Session on Dangerous Goods Regu

(Addis Ababa, 4-8 November 2013) - Safety Management Systems

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