Aviation leaders resolved to move forward on the implementation of the emissions offsetting solution for international flights, at the 40th International Civil Aviation Organization’s General Assembly, which took place recently in Montreal.
A high-level Seychelles delegation led by Mr. Didier Dogley, Minister for Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports and Marine, is attending the 40th Triennial Assembly of the United Nations International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) from 24th September to 4th October 2019 in Montreal.
For aviation to remain sustainable, greener technologies are required to cater for projected growth in air travel. An incredible evolution is therefore underway gearing towards electrification of air transport, and making it more viable. These are the topics being addressed at the ICAO World Aviation Forum taking place in Canada this week, preceding the 4oth session of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) annual General Assembly.
Laser pointers are now commonly used in our offices, classrooms and sometimes gifted as toys to our children. The small handheld device which emits a very narrow laser beam of visible light can be a distraction to a pilot onboard an aircraft.
The role of the emergency medical team is crucial at an airport especially when the unexpected happens and their expertise is required to save lives. To upgrade their medical background 11 airport emergency responders have recently completed an Emergency Medical Technician course