Task force to oversee CAAM corrective measures



The Transport Ministry has formed a task force to oversee corrective measures taken by Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia's (CAAM) in its efforts to regain Category 1 status, after being downgraded to Category 2 by US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), said Transport Minister Anthony Loke Siew Fook (above) today.

The task force, headed by aviation veteran Kok Soo Chon, would consist of qualified technical personnel and international experts in aviation and have expertise in the various fields of aviation, he told a press conference in Putrajaya today.

With the objective of regaining Category 1 status, Loke said the task force would be reporting to the transport minister and the authority members of CAAM on the progress of resolving all the assessment findings of FAA.

- Bernama

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