Friday, May 6, 2011

The Chicago Convention of 1944
  1. A meeting was called in Chicago (USA) in 1944, to standardise Civil Aviation policy and  procedure.
  2. The meeting was made up of members of various countries who has civil aircraft flying on International route.
  3. 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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