and Airports Safety and Security
Co-operation Programme can
a comprehensive audit of Aviation Security facilities and services
for your airport, national and international operations,
civil aviation security regulations and airport security service
establish emergency plans for response to major incidents
of unlawful interference and
carry out objective assessment on the adequacy of existing
AVSEC arrangements, issuing findings and recommendations on aviation
security facilities and services.
has helped establish or develop over
70 national training schools for aviation
Activities have included
procurement, course development,
instructor training, etc. Technical co-operation projects are the
best way to introduce what is known as ICAO's TRAINAIR Programme
into a country.
it a complete Civil Aviation Master Plan for a country or a more
modest one of limited scope, ICAO has extensive experience in fielding
planning teams made up of experts specifically selected for the
particular study desired.
perhaps only to its training activities is the assistance provided
to States through expert
These experts work
providing needed additional knowledge and, at the same time, on-the-job
training. A project may include a single expert, for example,
to assist during a major airport project or a large number of
experts to strengthen the entire civil aviation department.
is a particular type of study to advise on the feasibility of establishing
a Civil Aviation Authority or an Airport Authority. If it is found
feasible to establish such an authority, complementary studies can
identify the needed operational and human resource requirements,
and assistance projects can be developed to help get new authorities
up and running.
aviation is complex and its potential development not always obvious.
Air transport experts can analyse the industry or parts of it in
a country and provide information to guide in its development. Assistance
in establishing user charges and collection procedures may more
than pay for the cost of the project.
many countries national regulations are out of date. Legal expertise
can be provided to study local requirements and to draft new legislation.
Technical Co-operation Programme works for the most part with national
civil aviation departments but it also has experience working with
airlines and the aircraft manufacturing industry. Additionally,
ICAO has carried out pre-investment studies for banks and other