By Sami Zaptia.
London, 11 August 2021:
Libya’s Airports Authority (LAA) reported yesterday that it held meetings in August in Istanbul with U.S. company Culmen International, in which they discussed the draft of the national programme for quality control of aviation security.
The draft programme will be approved by Libya’s Civil Aviation Authority and implemented to monitor security procedures at Libya’s airports and the extent of its compliance with the rules and recommendations of the National Civil Aviation Security Programme.
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