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5. Desember 2004  
Norway may lose its aviation certification

BraathensNorway may loose its international aviation certification next fall because the Civil Aviation Authority - Norway has problems recruiting enough people.

The Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA) demands a full inspection of the Civil Aviation Authority - Norway after the formal decision to the office to Bod, reported the Norwegian paper VG.

The inspection may end with Norway losing its international certification because the Civil Aviation Authority - Norway have problems with recruiting enough professionals to Bod. The situation is reportedly particularly critical in the department which determines whether or not planes are fit for flying, reported the paper.

Director Per-Arne Skogstad said he understands the worry in regards to the certification.

If we do not manage to fill the positions before the inspection, we can not exclude that it may have consequences for the certification, but I am of the opinion that we will be able to fill these positions Skogstad said to the paper.

Via Nettavisen News in English.


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