Agency for the Safety of Aerial Navigation in Africa and Madagascar
Agence pour la sécurité de la navigation aérienne en Afrique et à Madagascar (ASECNA)
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1959-12-12 Saint Louis Senegal
12 Dec 1959, Saint Louis (Senegal), on signature of a a convention, which was subsequently superseded by Dakar Convention on the Safety of Aerial Navigation in Africa and Madagascar, signed 25 Oct 1974, Dakar, amended 1987, Dakar. ASECNA was set up in the framework of the previous H-XD0324 - African and Mauritian Common Organization.
Provide services necessary to guarantee the regularity and safety of flights of aircraft and of general air traffic in the territories of member states; manage members' airspace and those airspace for which the members have been vested with responsibility for meteorological and air traffic services.
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