FAA technical review scheduled for this week postponed
“However, AFAC staff carry out a process of continuous improvement to guarantee a positive result in the next audit,” the…
“However, AFAC staff carry out a process of continuous improvement to guarantee a positive result in the next audit,” the agency said in a statement.
The downgrading of Mexican air defenses from Category 1 to 2, which was the result of a series of 28 observations made by the US authority, has affected the recovery of the national airspace.
Although demand for flights, especially from the United States, has improved and increased compared to pre-pandemic levels, Mexican airlines have not been able to take advantage of this mobility as Category 2 allows them to open more routes or use new frequencies. prevents connecting. For the offer authorized prior to the FAA adjustment.
With the new visit, the AFAC explained that a new assessment of the agency’s position on various issues would be made, and that it would proceed to a final stage consisting of a new audit, with Category 1 being recovered.
“AFAC stands ready to receive experts as they determine this and immediately participate in their comments,” the authority said.
Initially, officials assured that Category 1 recovery would take three to four months. However, by the end of last year, the target was to reverse the decline during the first half of this year.
Recently, AFAC Director General Carlos Rodriguez Munguia told Expansion That Category 1 could be fixed by the middle of this year.