Monday, April 6 2020 11:30
Marianna Mkrtchyan

GDCA of Armenia disproves information about the deprivation of its  license

GDCA of Armenia disproves information about the deprivation of its  license

ArmInfo. The General Directorate of Civil Aviation (GUGA) of Armenia denies information about the deprivation of its license.

So, in the message of the State Administration of Civil Aviation  received in ArmInfo, it is noted that Armenia is a sovereign state,  and any structure cannot deprive the state structure functioning  according to Armenian legislation of fulfilling its powers.

The ministry reminded that between February 3 and 7, experts from the  EU and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) made an evaluation  visit to two small Armenian airlines (Armenia Aircompany and Atlantis  European Airlines) and to the GDCA itself.

"On March 6, preliminary evaluation results were received from EASA  and the agency expects to receive the opinion of the GDCA, after  which the final report on Armenia will be released. Thus, the  observations made by the EASA will be sent to the Committee on April  6," the GDCA emphasized, this recalling that on May 12-14 in Brussels  are scheduled hearings to which representatives of the Committee are  invited.

At the same time, the State Administration of Civil Aviation  recognized that the Committee actually had serious problems, which  were repeatedly mentioned, and which did not arise yesterday, and it  takes a lot of time to completely modernize the structure, and  radical steps are already being taken in this direction.  Touching on  airlines that temporarily lost their license to fly to EU countries,  the State Administration of State Administration stated that this is  a temporary measure and this decision does not in any way apply to  flights to other countries, as well as flights operated by other  international airlines.

Earlier, information was circulated in a number of Armenian media  that the international aviation organization revoked the license of  the State Civil Aviation Committee of Armenia, which could have very  dire consequences for all civil aviation in Armenia, in particular,  for pilots who could simply be forbidden to board the helm. According  to publications, we are talking about the actual deprivation of a  license. First of all, the young head of the State University of  Civil Aviation Tatevik Revazyan, a man in the aviation field, was not  experienced.  

According to experts, in fact, the unpleasant story  with the GDCA is not new. It was the logical result of the successive  collapse of the aviation industry, which began more than 15 years ago  with the "collapse" of the national airline ArmAvia and the beginning  of the "open skies" concept, in which the state refused to support  local small airlines and refused to recreate its Armenian national  carrier. 

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