A group of International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), which touched base in Kathmandu on Sunday, will begin considering the status of flight wellbeing in Nepal from Tuesday.
The two-part group comprising of specialists in flight operation and airworthiness are planned to begin their reviewing by holding a communication with authorities of Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN).
“The detail of different projects will be settled amid the connection. The assignment of inspecting will finish up on July 11,” Birendra Prasad Shrestha, the representative for CAAN, told Republica.
As indicated by Shrestha, the meeting group having Captain Eugene Voudri and Aeronautical Engineer Edmund Bohland will lead review of flight operation and airworthiness.
The ICAO more often than not leads reviews of eight components of avionics – essential aeronautics enactment, particular working controls, security oversight capacities, specialized individual capability and preparing, arrangement of wellbeing basic data, permitting and accreditation, reconnaissance commitments, and determination of security concerns.