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Bermuda’s Aviation Safety Audit results demonstrate highest commitment to aviation safety

Bermuda’s Aviation Safety Audit results demonstrate highest commitment to aviation safety

The Bermuda Civil Aviation Authority (BCAA) is responsible for the regulation and safety oversight of aviation in Bermuda, and all aircraft on the Bermuda Aircraft Registry. Following an audit conducted by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) in May of

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ICAO changes cockpit door weight rules

The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has changed its weight rules regarding strengthened cockpit doors on business jets. Toughened doors are required for aircraft operating charter flights. Previous rules stated that hardened doors were needed for business jets with 19

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ICAO recognises San Marino

ICAO recognises San Marino

The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has given the Republic of San Marino a Council President Certificate to recognise its significant progress. San Marino launched an aircraft registry in November 2012 and the certificate recognises how it has implemented ICAO

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ICAO CORSIA good for business jet operators

ICAO CORSIA good for business jet operators

Last Saturday more than 100 people died at London Heathrow Airport. OK, they did not actually die. But they did lie on the floor for a bit and pretend to be dead before going home. They prostrated themselves to protest about a

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Green Flying

Green Flying

NOTE: The below originally appeared as the editorial in our March 4 One Minute Week newsletter. To find out more, and sign up for free, please click here.   Le Bourget, one of Europe’s busiest business jet airports, was the

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Aruba and Saudi Arabia signs ICAO agreement

Aruba and Saudi Arabia signs ICAO agreement

The Department of Civil Aviation of Aruba (DCA) and General Authority of Civil Aviation of Saudi Arabia (GACA), has signed an ICAO 83bis agreement. Aruban registered aircraft are now able to operate under a Saudi AOC’s issued by GACA. Arabasco

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