Publication of ICAO Doc 10084 and associated events

Last Friday, June 1st 2018, ICAO published the Second Edition of Doc 10084, Risk Assessment Manual for Civil Aircraft Operations Over or Near Conflict Zones. The document was published on the ICAO public website, and is available for downlowd free of charge at the following link: https://www.icao.int/safety/ConflictZones/Pages/default.aspx

The enhanced guidance material in the manual is based on existing ICAO provisions and industry practices related to:

a)      responsibilities of States, operators and other services providers within States;
b)      significant regulatory developments and existing practices since the downing of flight MH17 in 2014;
c)      consolidated source material for conducting risk assessments;
d)      outline of risk information sharing mechanisms;
e)      guidance to States and operators on what to do with threat and risk information; and
f)       existing mechanisms for State-to-operator and/or State-to State sharing of information.

To support the implementation of the new manual and its comprehensive guidance material, several initiatives will be conducted by ICAO and industry partners in the upcoming months:

·        IATA AVSEC World Conference, 1 October 2018, Athens, Greece
·        ICAO AVSEC Symposium, 26-28 November 2018, Montréal, Canada

For more details on these events, visit www.icao.int 

             

The Controller magazine – May 2018

It is our pleasure to present the latest electronic issue of The Controller. Our magazine is available on a variety of platforms:

  • The IFATCA website: http://the-controller.ifatca.org, where issues can be read from within your browser. While this can be read on mobile devices, it does require you to be online (and your provider may charge you for this).
    For the best experience, we recommend to select the full screen option via the toolbar on top of the pages.
  • For Member Associations: a print-ready PDF version (about 40Mb) can be downloaded that can eventually be printed for your members. Alternatively, issuu.com also offers a printing service. Please visit http://issuu.com/ifatca for more details. Associations that have problems to download these files can request a copy on a USB stick. Please contact our Montréal office via [email protected].

Besides being free, an electronic issue also offers new possibilities to interact with the content. Links in articles and adverts can be clicked and open to the relevant pages.

Feedback is always welcome and if you know anyone that might be interested in The Controller and IFATCA, please encourage them to subscribe to our magazine and/or forward this mail to them.

On behalf of the Editorial Team, I hope you will enjoy this latest issue of The Controller,

Philippe Domogala, IFATCA Editor ad-interim
http://www.the-controller.net

Unstable Approaches Guidance Material release – 3rd Edition

Safety is the number one priority for IFATCA and the entire aviation industry, and we are most effective when we all work together to make it ever safer.

With this goal in mind, I am very happy to announce the publication of the 3rd edition of "Unstable Approaches: Risk Mitigation Policies, Procedures and Best Practices".

It has been a joint effort between IATA, CANSO, IFATCA and IFALPA to address the problems surrounding unstable approaches, a major contributor to accidents.

The document is available for download free of charge here.

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New issue of The Controller

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It is our pleasure to present the latest electronic issue of The Controller. Our magazine is available on a variety of platforms:

  • The IFATCA website: http://the-controller.ifatca.org, where issues can be read from within your browser. While this can be read on mobile devices, it does require you to be online (and your provider may charge you for this).
    For the best experience, we recommend to select the full screen option via the toolbar on top of the pages.
  • For Member Associations: a print-ready PDF version (about 25Mb) can be downloaded that can eventually be printed for your members. Alternatively, issuu.com also offers a printing service. Please visit http://issuu.com/ifatca for more details. Associations that have problems to download these files can request a copy on a USB stick. Please contact the editor via [email protected]ifatca.org, or our Montréal office via [email protected].

Besides being free, an electronic issue also offers new possibilities to interact with the content. Links in articles and adverts can be clicked and open to the relevant pages.

Feedback is always welcome and if you know anyone that might be interested in The Controller and IFATCA, please encourage them to subscribe to our magazine and/or forward this mail to them.

IFATCA Technical Award

Recipients of the IFATCA Technical Award

2017 – NAVCanada NAVCANsuite

2016 – Frequentis

2015 – Imtradex

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