Air safety is one of the priorities of Equatorial Guinea, so the Brussels-based Ambassador, Carmelo Nvono-Ncá, has met Peter Bombay, Director of the European Commission’s air division.

During the meeting, both discussed very important issues about the relations between the European regulatory institution and the civil aviation issues our country is facing. Thus, the EU listed the obligations Equatorial Guinea has to uphold for the next May committee, which will analyze whether the progresses of Equatoguinean Aviation is positive, in order to proceed with the exit of the blacklist of EU aviation.

The Ambassador, for his part, has expressed the firm willingness of the Government of Equatorial Guinea to work closely with the European authorities in order to finally remove the European blacklist, both Guinean civil aviation and airlines Ceiba and Cronos.

Aviation | EU | European Commission

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