Paris/videoconference, 6 April 2022 - The Coordinating Committee discussed the impact on civil aviation of the war in Ukraine and decided to extend support to ECAC Member State Ukraine through a series of financial and practical measures.
The Committee also agreed on follow-up actions to the ECAC Medium-Term Objectives (EMTO) Task Force’s review of the performance of ECAC’s working groups, concentrating on proposals for promoting development of talent through the work of the groups, ensuring greater consistency of approaches and structures, and promoting diversity in the chairing of and participation in groups.
Budapest/videoconference, 5 April 2022 - The participants in the 56th meeting of the Group of Experts on Air Accident and Incident Investigation (ACC) heard brief presentations on a number of high-risk occurrences from Austria, France, Iceland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Spain, Türkiye and the United Kingdom, as well as general observations by other ACC members on their open and closed investigations of civil aviation accidents and serious incidents.
28 and 30-31 March 2022 — Aviation security experts from Cyprus attended an online Best Practices for National Auditors – Cyber Security (basic) training course at the end of March. The course offered an overview of international and European (ECAC/EU) requirements and recommendations for cyber security in civil aviation, the common cyber threats to aviation, the key aviation entities and their critical systems.