Event Information

Antigua Regional Runway Safety Seminar

 

In Collaboration with ICAO's

Runway Safety Programme Partners

 

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Date:
27-29 May 2013
Location:
St. John’s, Antigua and Barbuda
 

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VISA ASSISTANCE INFORMATION
For assistance required in obtaining a visa to attend the NACC RRSS, each applicant should submit scanned copied of the following:
1. Passport bio pages with personal information, (passport must be valid)
2. Travel itinerary
To: Ms. Consuela Brodie
email: consuelab28@gmail.com  
CC: Ms. Jenny Izaguirre
email : JennyIzaguirre@ifalpa.org​ 
  
 

 

   

 

Aviation professionals who should attend include:

 

  • Regulators
  • Aircraft operators and pilots
  • Air navigation service providers and ATCs
  • Aerodrome operators
  • Aircraft Manufacturers
  • Other aviation professionals interested in improving runway safety 

 

 

LEARN ABOUT
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The benefits of establishing Runway Safety Teams (RSTs) and how they work

Identification of runway safety hazards

Different mitigation strategies available

Regionally relevant issues and how they have been or could be addressed

Regional support for RSTs

 

 

The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), in partnership with the Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority (ECCAA), the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) and the International Federation of Airline Pilots Association (IFALPA), invites its Member States, participants, sponsors and exhibitors to the North American, Central American and Caribbean Regional Runway Safety Seminar – St John’s, Antigua and Barbuda. 


ICAO and its Runway Safety Partners are committed to presenting Regional Runway Safety Seminars (RRSSs) across the globe over the next two years to promote the establishment of Runway Safety Teams (RSTs) as a means of addressing runway safety issues. Be part of an important regional event that will bring together experts from diverse professional domains to promote a multidisciplinary approach to improving runway safety outcomes in North America, Central America and the Caribbean.