Sorry, this entry is only available in Español. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. La JIAAC participó de un ejercicio de coordinación de respuesta a la emergencia ante un accidente aéreo, organizado por el área de […]
JIAAC, through its president, Pamela Suárez, participated in the 9th Pan American Aviation Safety Summit, the Panamerican summit on aviation safety that was held in Buenos Aires, organized by the Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association (ALTA) attended by more than 160 professionals,
Last May 11, there was a special training activity on aviation accident investigation, addressed to the Mountain operations task force – Office of Squadron 34 of the Argentine Border Patrol, in San Carlos de Bariloche (Río Negro). This activity was carried out by investigator Martín Galgano, along with investigator assistant, Yanina Cataldo. On April 24, […]
The courses offered by JIAAC aim at providing theoretical and regulatory content and sharing knowledge and experience acquired in the field of accident and incident investigation. At the same time, the emphasis is put on the dissemination of safety recommendations and the results of the reports, highlighting that these are the pillars of the structure […]
After an intensive course week, the first edition of the Initial Accident Investigation Course, organized exclusively by JIAAC, came to an end. It was conducted at JIAAC headquarters, in the city of Buenos Aires.
Accident notification is an obligation established by Article 186, title IX, Act 17.285 – Aviation Code, which states that “any person who takes notice of any aviation accident or the existence of aircraft wreckage or debris, must communicate it to the nearest aviation authority, through the fastest means and as fast as the circumstances allow […]
A proper border area in the ramp ensures the crews the minimum distance required to operate safely. The signs must be clear and appropriate to the type of aircraft that normally operate there. The new Safety Recommendations also include the updating of training for marshaling persons and wing guides.
From April 8 to 13, the first course on the data collection and processing system “ECCAIRS” was held at the headquarters of the Central American Institute for Aeronautical Training (Instituto Centroamericano de Capacitación Aeronáutica, ICCAE) in the Republic of El Salvador.
In the general aviation system, the first line operational staff acts as a final backstop that prevents the possibility of an accident. This is why, very often, there is a reminder of the importance of keeping high demands on control and oversight of the airworthiness conditions of every aircraft.
JIAAC signed a framework document of cooperation and technical assistance with the National Meteorological Service (SMN, Servicio Meteorológico Nacional) that reaches not only the areas related to investigation but also those related to prevention and training activities. It considers the creation of a coordinating committee within a period of 30 days.