Civil Aviation boss not committing to release reports on local aircraft accidents

Director General of the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) Zulfikar Mohammed has declined to commit either his agency or the government to a policy of making the findings of investigations into local aviation incidents public.

This posture now puts the GCAA sharply at odds with one of the country’s most experienced aviators.

Questioned earlier this week by the Stabroek Business on the issue of placing reports on such investigations in the public domain and other matters pertaining to key protocols and practices associated with safety and accident investigation in the sector, Mohammed disclosed …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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