According to the ICAO audit’s report, Georgia is a regional leader in terms of establishment of international aviation standards and supervision.
The Civil Aviation Agency explains that ICAO has explored audit’s report for civil aviation and transport accidents investigation felds, as well as proofs obtained by auditors.
According to the final conclusion of ICAO coordinated validation audit, indicators exceed preliminary results recorded in March and are as follows, due to examined components:
- Indicator for efficient implementation of air navigation service supervision (ANS) made up 96.51%. The world’s average indicator in this component is 63.94%.
2. Supervision over airdromes/airports and groundhandling means made up 92%, against the world’s averaged indicator of 59.81%.
3. Efficient implementation of ICAO standards and recommended practice in aviation legislation (LEG) made up 95.24%, against the world’s average indicator of 72.05%.
4. Organizational aspects (ORG), which examine organizational-structure, financial and human opportunities in civil aviation authorities was improved to 91.67%, against the world’s average indicator of 69.05%.
5. Efficient exploration of aviation accidents and incident investigation (AIG) by Bureau for Exploration of Transport Accidents undertaken by the Civil Aviation and Maritime Transport Accident Incident Investigation Bureau made up 91.09%, against the world’s averaged indicator of 55.81%.