Challenges of international science and education in the field of aviation transport safety

Volodymyr Isaienko, Marcin Pawęska, Volodymyr Kharchenko, Dmytro Bugayko

Abstract


The aviation safety issue is one of the most urgent challenges from the first day of flight operations. Aircrafts, avionics, engines, and navigation, communication and surveillance aids changed and developed, but the problem did not spend its own relevance. The main purpose of ICAO is to ensure the safe and orderly development of all aspects of international civil aviation. ICAO develops Standards and Recommended Practices. They are set out in 19 Annexes to the Convention on International Civil Aviation. The new ICAO strategies are the basis for the further sustainable development of global civil aviation. The paper paid special attention to the civil aviation hazards monitoring and risks management in the context of global aviation development trends. The paper deals with challenges of international education and introduces practical experience of the National Aviation University according to the new technologies in transport & aviation education and trends of international cooperation with International University of Logistics and Transport in Wroclaw in this sphere.


Keywords


aviation safety, international education, cycles of education, hazards, risks, safety management system, scientific research activity, innovations.

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