Gouveia wants full public disclosure of all aircraft accident reports

Roraima Airways Chief Executive Officer Captain Gerry Gouveia is calling for “the immediate release of official reports into aviation incidents, occurrences and accidents into the public space” as a starting point for divesting the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) of responsibility for conducting such probes.

“My experience in the sector and my knowledge of what obtains abroad tells me that for all sorts of reasons probes into incidents of one sort or another involving aircraft ought to be placed in the public domain,” Gouveia said.

The veteran aircraft pilot continued, “Any professional aviator worth his salt will tell you that two of …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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