Indonesia is bidding for the fifth time for a position on the council of the United Nations’ International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). Delegates came from dozens of developing countries, including officials from Nepal, Thailand and Vietnam.
As he opened a two day ministerial meeting “Strengthening Developing Countries Partnership on Capacity Building for Civil Aviation: No Country Left Behind“ on civil aviation in Bali from 30 – 31 May 2016, Minister Ignasius Jonan said Indonesia believed that being a member of the ICAO council “would endow us with great benefits.”
The Southeast Asian country has launched four consecutive unsuccessful attempts to join the 36 member council of the ICAO, which sets international standards and practices for aircraft operations and maintenance.
CAS Destination (JAS) took the opportunity to meet, connect and build rapport with prospects and customers