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Audit of civil aviation security in Senegal: the satisfaction of the actors

Dakar, March 02 (APS) – The team of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) presented, this Thursday, the results of the audit of the security of civil aviation in Senegal whose actors say they are satisfied with the results, said a press release sent to APS.

The audit covered nine areas of activity including airport operations, passenger and baggage security, training of aviation security personnel, regulatory framework and national aviation security system, among others. 

The ICAO team which carried out the civil aviation security audit of Senegal, from February 20 to March 02, 2023, presented the results this Thursday, March 02, 2023 to the general management of ANACIM , in the presence of representatives of all stakeholders. 

The results presented to the actors were very satisfactory at all levels. ANACIM will provide ICAO with a Corrective Action Plan (CAP) to “close in time” the few discrepancies noted by the audit. These advances by ANACIM come in the context of the implementation of Strategy of the Senegalese air hub, one of the priorities of which is to strengthen the Agency to enable it to carry out its missions relating to the supervision of civil aviation safety and security.

Since 2018, with the transfer of activities from Léopold Sédar Senghor International Airport in Dakar to Blaise Diagne International Airport in Diass, Senegal has received three audit missions to test its national civil aviation system. 


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