Equatorial Guinea makes progress with European Commission on aviation

A delegation from the Ministry for Civil Aviation, led by the minister Fausto Abeso Fuma, has visited Brussels to hold important meetings with European institutions. The aim is to show the European Commission toe progress made by our country in matters of aviation and airlines, in order to demonstrate that Equatorial Guinea has no place on the blacklist of airlines drawn up by the community Executive.

On 6th June, the delegation held the relevant technical meeting with the aviation team from the General Directorate for Mobility and Transport from the European Commission. At this meeting, in which the Ambassador in Brussels, Carmelo Nvono-Nca was also present, the experts from the European Union (EU) concluded that the Equatoguinean Ministry for Civil Aviation has made considerable progress, which they hope to see on the ground, in a trip to our country which will take place in the coming months, after having analysed all the documentation provided.

After having obtained the certificate from the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), which allows Equatoguinean airlines to fly in international air space, it is now the moment for the EU to give permission to fly over European air space. This is the main aim that, at the moment, the minister Abeso Fuma is pursuing.

Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea

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