The 5th World Aviation Safety Summit (WASS) kicked off in Dubai on Tuesday to review the essential safety measures required to ensure aviation safety worldwide.
Hosted by Dubai Civil Aviation Authority (DCAA) on 11-12 April 2017, WASS has been established as the meeting place for thought leaders of the global aviation safety sector to review best approaches conducive to efficiently managing the processes, threats, risks and calamities facing aviation safety professionals worldwide.
The aviation sector spares no efforts to ensure better and more secure future for the industry, said Khalid Abdul Karim Al Arif, Executive Director for Safety and Aviation Environment at DCAA, in his inaugural remarks.
WASS 2017 engaged local and international stakeholders from regulatory authorities, airline operators, airport operators, aircraft manufacturers, pilot associations, safety organizations and air traffic control service providers to highlight key strategies for the safety culture of the future.
The summit featured a series of panel sessions and syndicate discussion to examine the projects set to have a significant impact on the industry and its community.
As air traffic is projected to double in the next 15 years, WASS was established as the meeting place for thought leaders of the global aviation safety sector to discuss essential safety measures in order to efficiently manage the processes, threats, risks and calamities facing aviation safety professionals worldwide.