MENASASI is the Middle East and North Africa Society of Air Safety Investigators. It is a chapter of the International Society of Air Safety Investigators (ISASI). MENASASI was established in 2013.
The aim of the society is to promote air safety by the exchange of ideas, experiences and information about aircraft accident investigations, aid in the advancement of flight safety; to promote technical advancement by providing professional education through lectures, displays and presentations and by the exchange of information for mutual development of improved investigations; broaden professional relationships among members; maintain and increase the prestige, standing and influence of the Air Safety Investigator in matters of air safety.
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The international civil aviation network carries over four billion passengers around the world annually. In celebrating ICAO's 75th Anniversary Celebrations , we will be highlighting some of the crucial safety achievements that have enabled this.
When we talk about the advancement in systems automation, whether it is a smart phone, computer system or an aircraft system, the rate of change is so quick that any failure or problem in these sophisticated systems can take a long time to resolve..
Presented By: Nat Nagy, Executive Director Transport Safety Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) during the ISASI Annual Seminar, October, 2018 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Whether you fly a huge Airbus A380 or a petite Cessna 150 they both basically operate in a similar manner in terms of flying technique – “Push and the houses get bigger – Pull and the houses get smaller – Keep pulling and the houses start to get bigger again”!!