Analysis of Aviation Accidents in Nigeria and Implications for Improved Safety Management Systems

Analysis of Aviation Accidents in Nigeria and Implications for Improved Safety Management Systems

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The Convention on International Civil Aviation, also known as the Chicago Convention, which contains the basic rules for civil aviation, was signed on December 7, 1944 by 52 signatory states. This convention emphasised the development of civil aviation and its potential for fostering interactions among the nations and peoples of the world. It also addressed the potential for abuse of international civil aviation and associated threats to general security. Over six and half decades later, air transport is now accepted as a fundamental pillar of the global society, indispensable to daily life and essential for social progress as well as economic prosperity. The growing availability of air travel has considerably widened aviation's role in the sustainable society. Air travel is no longer a luxury; it has become a necessity and critical to the collective economic progress. The air transport industry has underpinned wealth creation in the developed world and contributed enormously to developing economies by unlocking their potential for efficient spatial interaction, trade and tourism.

Although Africa is the smallest region for air services in the world, aviation remains the main transport mode in international flows on the continent and is increasingly becoming more significant for internal movements within individual countries. Given this increasing and prospective growth in the demand for air services in many African countries, safety issues have become a major concern...

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