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St Helena Airport achieves Aerodrome Certification

Posted 13 May 2016 · Add Comment

St Helena Airport has been granted its Aerodrome Certificate from Air Safety Support International (ASSI).

The ASSI was satisfied with the airport’s infrastructure, aviation security measures and air traffic control services, following an inspection last month.
 
The certification is valid until November, when the airport will need to recertify.
 
Certification shows a significant achievement for a brand new airport.  
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