EU TO VET AIR ALGERIA SAFETY STANDARDS

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By admin November 8, 2010 10:01

EU TO VET AIR ALGERIA SAFETY STANDARDS

The European Union’s Aviation Safety Committee will interview Air Algeria officials on Wednesday to assess the airline’s compliance with European safety standards.

Wahid Bouabdallah, CEO of Air Algeria, says: “We will be interviewed on November 10 (by the Aviation Safety Committee of the European Union) in Brussels… A European audit moved to Algiers and visited all the maintenance workshops of our company. Reports were made based on information objectively gathered (…) there is no danger on our aircraft.”

The EU Commission first expressed concern in late 2009 over the Air Algeria safety standards and asked the airline to improve them. Algerian prime minister Ahmed Ouyahia had defended the airline safety standards before the National People’s Assembly when reacting to a possible listing of the company by the EU on its blacklist of airlines at risk.

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