Compliance

Compliance with local and international standards and regulations is a prerequisite to operating an airport. This can be daunting, onerous and expensive but with effective management it can not only be achieved efficiently, it can also add value to the overall operation of the airport.

daa International adopts a four key pillar approach to compliance:

Procuring and managing the licence to operate an airport, followed by the implementation of the associated national and international aviation compliance standards.

  • Licence to operate
  • ICAO standards

The daa International approach:

  • Review of existing and historic licences
  • Identification of licences required and the necessary steps to obtain
  • Review of the existing compliance standards and identification of gaps
  • Benchmarking against regional, national and international compliance
  • Develop a implementation plan to establish full airport operational compliance
  • Advice and recommendations
  • Implementation

Benefits to the airport and investor:

  • A fully licensed airport will yield the optimum return
  • Airport reputational status of full compliance

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Implementing and managing robust systems and procedures at the airport to prevent injury to people or damage to aircraft, vehicles or infrastructure due to human error or technical failure.

  • Everyday auditability
  • Compliance
  • Regulation
  • Awareness

The daa International approach:

  • Review of existing safety procedures and environment
  • Identifying the safety gaps
  • Benchmarking against international safety standards
  • Analysing procedures at similar airports
  • Forecasting future safety requirements
  • Advice and recommendations
  • Implementation

Benefits:

  • Clear safety track record
  • Reputational enhancement
  • Risk reduction

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Implementing and managing people, processes and systems at airport to prevent criminal acts deliberately committed at an airport. Security procedures are designed to prevent illegal penetration of the aviation system and landside/airside boundaries.

  • Everyday auditability
  • Passenger screening
  • Landside/airside boundaries

The daa International approach:

  • Review of existing security procedures and environment
  • Identifying the security gaps
  • Benchmarking against international security standards
  • Analysing procedures at similar airports
  • Forecasting future security requirements
  • Advice and recommendations
  • Implementation

Benefits to the airport and investor:

  • Clear safety track record
  • Reputational enhancement
  • Risk reduction

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Ensuring all resources and assets at the airport are managed in a responsible, environmentally sustainable manner.

  • Adherence to environmental regulation
  • Occupational Health & Safety Programme
  • Air Quality
  • Water Management

The daa International approach:

  • Review of existing environment and sustainable procedures
  • Identifying the gaps
  • Benchmarking against national and international environmental standards
  • Forecasting future environmental requirements
  • Create a dynamic environmental sustainability strategy
  • Advice and recommendations
  • Implementation

Benefits to the airport and investor:

  • Creates a measurable sustainability track record
  • Reputational enhancement
  • Risk reduction

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