CAAP – Failed !

CAAP, the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines, unsuccessful yet again to carry the country’s aviation out of FAA Classification 2.

Very last 7 days, we experienced the experience that one thing went mistaken once again. Now we have the confirmation. In its exit briefing, the FAA group still left no doubt that the country stays stuck underneath Class 2, or on the “unsafe status” checklist, of the FAA.

The CAAP is keeping the findings underneath wraps while waiting around for the FAA to make its announcement in Washington. It was gathered that an FAA crew would occur back again in March to conduct a different overview.

A CAAP insider stated that most of the FAA results are doable, but no one in the CAAP is actually accomplishing the true get the job done to conform with regulations”.

2014 CAAP/FAA Report


Why is CAAP not in a position (or keen) to right the “eight important elements” that make the Philippines overlook the FAA/ICAO basic safety criteria?
Why is there no uproar in the Philippines airline sector?
A thing smells …

And indeed, Mr. John Andrews,  is now reportedly on unwell leave, but is scheduled to report for function on February  17. Is he eventually packing his baggage?

Extra info can be found below.

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  • CAAP – under Pressure!May possibly 25, 2015 CAAP – beneath Tension! About a 7 days in the past we wrote about the grounding of SKYJET and SEAIR-I. We rated the motion as: “All the things appears to be like an emergency procedure […]
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