The Chicago Convention of 1944
- A meeting was called in Chicago (USA) in 1944, to standardise Civil Aviation policy and procedure.
- The meeting was made up of members of various countries who has civil aircraft flying on International route.
- A common policy and procedure was discussed to standardise civil aviation and these were:
· Standardise International Air Navigational (Flying)
· Standardise International Air Transport (Airport & other services)
· Standardise Technical Standards and recommended practices (Repair & Maintenance)
· Standardise the management system on manpower, material, machine/equipment, method laws & money.
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