CAIRO - 25 April 2022: The second article of the draft law establishing the Egyptian National Center for Airspace Management, which was approved by the House of Representatives, finally specified the objectives of establishing the National Center for Airspace Management.
The second article states: “The center aims to develop the airspace, provide navigational services, enhance air safety secured with integrated information (aviation information - radar information), in addition to achieving the most appropriate use of the airspace and its management in the optimum manner that achieves the strategic objectives of development."
The center also aims at maximizing the economic return of the state, as well as preparing cadres and expertise in this field at the highest level of efficiency.
The draft law comes within the framework of the great interest and support given by the political leadership to the civil aviation sector.
For Egypt to achieve all these goals, it was envisaged establishing a public authority called the "National Center for Airspace Management" and managing it in an economic way that does not represent an additional burden on the state treasury.
The report of the Tourism Committee pointed out the importance of this center at the strategic level in terms of securing national security objectives and maximizing the economic return.