FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEPressnews.biz (Press Release) Aug 7, 2014 -- Considering the incredibly energetic, ambitious and pioneering nation of the United Arab Emirates, that has emerged from virtual anonymity to one of the most forward-thinking nations in the Middle-East, its infrastructural development has always been in the forefront. With increasing regional and global influence, the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has announced a new strategy for 2014-2016, which is preferred to be launch under the slogan “Building the Future of Civil Aviation Together”. Having all the stakeholders cooperation and devotion to the following strategic priorities: safe society, sustainable environment, integral infrastructure and remarkable global standing, the Authority has reiterated their commitment to recognition of joint work and concerted efforts.
|Issued By||:||Fleming Gulf|
|Business Address||:||Fleming Gulf Dubai Airport Free Zone P.O. Box 54772 Dubai, U.A.E.
|Country||:||United Arab Emirates|
|Tags||:||General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), Airport, United Arab Emirates, Director General,, Airport Technovation, Air Traffic, Building the Future of Civil Aviation Together, Dubai|
|Last Updated||:||Aug 7, 2014|
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