The German Ambassador to Libya, Michael Ohnmacht, expressed his appreciation for the level of advanced technology and the quality of services available through the digital systems used in Libya’s civil aviation safety monitoring.
The appreciation was reported by Libya’s Civil Aviation Authority last Monday (29 January) following a meeting on the same day between the head of the Civil Aviation Authority, Mohamed Shalebek, at the Authority’s Tripoli headquarters, and the German Ambassador.
The Civil Aviation Authority said the executive steps taken by the it to address and complete the requirements for corrective measures contained in the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) report and the results of visits by international audit teams during 2023, were discussed.
Its digital transformation project manager also gave a brief presentation of the completed stages of the project.
The Authority’s monitoring mechanism was clarified through the database of airlines, air crews, licenses, validity and maintenance, which achieves direct monitoring of the extent of compliance with the approved rules and systems, it added.