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Volume 14,Issue 3 Autumn 2012

CAAC’s Guangdong Safety Administration unveiled in Guangzhou


On April 20, the Guangdong Safety Administration of the Civil Aviation Administration of China was formally unveiled in Guangzhou.
CAAC’s Director General for South Central Liu Yajun, Guangdong Provincial Safety Production Authority Director Chen Jian-hui, as well as representatives from enterprises in the Guangdong area were present. A total of 115 people attended the unveiling ceremony. At present, the civil aviation region in Guangdong (excluding Shenzhen) include five airlines, seven general aviation enterprises, five civilian airports, six major oil companies, 19 aircraft-and-parts maintenance entities and a total of 116 aircraft. The Guangdong Civil Aviation region has remained stable, experiencing steady improvement in traffic. Director of Guangdong Safety Administration Li Shuangchen said, that as of March 31, civil aviation in China has maintained a safe operation record for 52 months and 820,000 flight hours. This thus far is the longest safety record in the history of China’s civil aviation. Guangdong’s civil aviation authority must take this opportunity to further strengthen what it has already built-up, and fulfill the regulatory responsibilities of the industry in accordance with the law to ensure aviation safety for the region; strengthen local planning for the coordinated development of civil aviation, especially in the Pearl River Delta and Hong Kong and Macao planning; to promote the development of the Guangzhou Baiyun Airport as a hub to better serve the local economy, maintain the aviation market, and protect the interests of consumers.

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