IFALPA Daily News – 11 March 2014
The European Parliament adopted a new accident/incident-reporting rule on March 4.
An FAA evaluation team will travel to Nigeria on March 31 to conduct an international air safety
assessment (IASA) to determine if that country will maintain its category-one safety certification.
Airlines British Airways and Kenya Airways said on Tuesday they have resumed flights to and from
Sierra Leone after its main international airport replaced its broken fire engine.
The main airport in Ukraine’s Crimea on Tuesday canceled incoming flights from the capital Kiev but
allowed several planes from Moscow to land, five days before a referendum called to join the Black
Sea region to Russia.
The Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) sees air traffic in the Philippines growing faster this year due to the
government’s efforts to lure more foreign visitors into the country as well as the expansion of routes