GCAA launches aviation safety e-services
Dubai, June 27, 2011
The UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has announced the launch of its new aviation safety e-services in the emirates.
The launch ceremony, held in Emirates Engineering Auditorium in Dubai, was attended by 100 representatives from aviation sector in UAE.
Speaking on the occasion, Ismaeil Al Belooshi, executive director safety affairs in GCAA said the authority was enhancing its services by transforming air operations and airworthiness services to electronic to provide best services to its stakeholders and help simplify the procedure which will be an alternative to the traditional way.
This will also allow the GCAA to take full advantage of the modern technology while maintaining the required standard of safety, he added.
Al Belooshi said the user will be able to apply for any of the aviation safety services through GCAA website using secured credential which will be provided by GCAA.
"Several checks and balances will be installed in the system to ensure that the services provided to the highest standards which will save the time and resources for both GCAA customers and the inspector, and will reduce the time for both the customer and the staff working on the application," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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