Safety is one of the top priorities in aviation operations, given the increasing complexity of the global air transportation network and its interrelated activities. International aviation organizations, among them ICAO, EASA etc. are tackling the issue through a proactive strategy, epitomized into their respective regulatory documents, to improve safety performance.

As a matter of fact, ICAO has annexed as of 2013 its Convention with Safety Management SARPS, that require gradual implementation of a State Safety Programme (SSP) in the process to acquire an effective per Aerodrome and integrated to the CAA SSP Safety Management System (SMS). Complementary guidance to the aforementioned ICAO Annex 19 are standing Documents 9734 (Safety Oversight Manual) and 9859 (Safety Management Manual).

Airport-ACE's know-how encompasses a wide range of safety assessment methods, such as simple statistical methods which are sufficient for basic safety analyses, as well as quantitative methods based on aviation accident and incident database, while full-flight simulators may be required for more complex assessments.

Airport-ACE's safety assessments could be extended without limited to:

  • Airside / landside System Description and Hazard Analysis
  • Airside / landside System Risk Analysis
  • Combined overall assessment technical report of contributing risk factors and possible solutions
  • Third-party risk assessment and independent witness technical arbitration
  • Technical Due Diligence regarding the planning and design, construction and operation of existing or prospective infrastructure development into or in the vicinity of the aerodrome
  • Comprehensive range of quantitative assessment services, e.g. aviation accident and incident database, full-flight simulator trials and modern statistical methods.

Contact Information

11, 2nd Merarchias, Piraeus 18535 Greece T: +30 210 4585 512 M: +30 6983 498 240 F: +30 210 4585 430 E:


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