Khartoum — The National Assembly Monday unanimously approved a report of its transport, roads and bridges committee on provisional order of the Civil Aviation Act for the year 2018, which has tackled the challenges relating to the arrangements, the provision of services at airports and preparation of intervals at Khartoum Airport.
The report stated that the act aims to meet the needs and advancement in the sector, in addition to meeting the requirements of international monitoring on the safety and security activities and facilities adopted by the International Organization of Aviation regularly.
Head of the assembly’s transport, roads and bridges committee, Mohamed Ahmed Al-Shayeb, said that the draft act came in four chapters, included twelve articles that included the preliminary provisions in addition to the financial resources and how to use them alongside the budget of the Aviation Authority.
He said that report reviewed the possibilities of monitoring, checking and applying the special standards of national airlines and controlling the risks resulting from financial, administrative and technical weaknesses.
The report of the committee of transport, roads and bridges has pointed to the fees of aviation services in the landing, domestic and international travel and weight as well as night operations and specified that the charges of baggage services accompanied by the passenger at the airport Khartoum is to be fixed at fifty pounds for each piece which is to be paid by the carrier and the same is to be paid for the baggage seized by customs