IDAC officials participate in a follow-up meeting of the Inter-institutional agreement ICAO regional office in Mexico

IDAC officials participate in a follow-up meeting of the Inter-institutional agreement ICAO regional office in Mexico.
Víctor Pichardo, executive director of the Airport Department; Melvin Cintrón, regional director of the NACC and Héctor Porcella, deputy director general of the IDAC

Querétaro, Mexico. The deputy director general of the Dominican Institute of Civil Aviation (IDAC) Héctor Porcella and the director of Air Navigation, Claudia Roa, participate, on behalf of the general director Román E. Caamaño, in the follow-up meeting to the inter-institutional agreement signed between the regional office for North America, Central America and the Caribbean (NACC) of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the local institutions that make up the aeronautical system, in order to give compliance with the Systemic Assistance Program (SAP) carried out at the Aeronautical University of Querétaro, in Mexico.

The IDAC delegation and the executive director of the Airport Department (DA) Víctor Pichardo committed to the NACC regional director, Melvin Cintrón, to the continuous monitoring of civil aviation in the Dominican Republic, as well as to the improvements and Resolution of priorities and commitments regarding the airport area under the responsibility of each State, agreed with that ICAO body.

IDAC officials participate in a follow-up meeting of the Inter-institutional agreement ICAO regional office in Mexico.
Claudia Roa, Director of Air Navigation; Melvin Cintrón, regional director of the NACC and Héctor Porcella, deputy director general of IDAC. 

Once again, we maintain our commitment to guarantee compliance with this agreement, always adhering to maintaining the standards of the aeronautical system, as well as the levels of efficiency and operational safety.

said Porcella.

IDAC representatives added that this agreement represents a high-level tool that will allow the identification of deficiencies, relevant implementations and pending issues that require resolution actions within our aviation system.

For the follow-up of this agreement, the regional director of the NACC proposes that the Dominican Republic have established, like the other countries in the region, a vision and a strategy for the development of its aviation system, in an exhaustive and sustainable, as a recovery measure from the crisis caused by COVID-19.

This inter-institutional agreement was signed in May of this year by the heads of IDAC, JAC, CESAC and DA, Román E. Caamaño, José Marte Piantini, Major General Carlos Febrillet Rodríguez and Víctor Pichardo, respectively, who They agreed that all State agencies are united in guaranteeing Operational Safety and the facilitation of air transport as a fundamental platform for tourism and international trade.

The follow-up meeting of the inter-institutional agreement is held at the Aeronautical University in Querétaro, Mexico, where the previous conversations between the signing parties will be resumed through their representatives.

 Instituto Dominicano de Aviación Civil (IDAC), Santo Domingo, República Dominicana