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CAD attends Mongolia conference

August 11, 2017

The Civil Aviation Department has introduced the successful commissioning of the new Air Traffic Management System last year at a regional civil aviation conference in Mongolia.


Held from August 7 to today, the 54th Asia & Pacific Region Directors General of Civil Aviation Conference is being attended by more than 300 delegates from about 50 states and regions.


The conference’s theme was “The Challenge of Managing Outcome Focused & Risk Based Regulations for Asia Pacific States”.


Civil Aviation Director-General Simon Li leads a delegation to attend the conference.


The department shared its experience in transitioning to the new air traffic system as well as its reliable performance during peak traffic periods and under severe weather conditions.


It also suggested forming an international user group to share the operational and technical experience of air management systems.


About 120 papers on aviation safety, air navigation, technical co-operation and other topics were submitted at the conference.  


During his stay in Mongolia, Mr Li met aviation authorities to discuss further collaboration and promoting aviation safety.


Witnessed by International Civil Aviation Organisation Secretary General Dr Fang Liu, Mr Li also signed a memorandum of understanding to enhance regional co-operation with civil aviation leaders and organisations from France, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.

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