International Civil Aviation Organisation experts have wrapped up a five-day review of Cambodia’s airports after an audit last year recommended areas for improvement.
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The ICAO audit in December gave the country’s three international airports a satisfactory rating but recommended improvements to some simple problems.
The audit team recommended improvements to human resources in some workplaces, teamwork processes, systematic document management and human resource training.
Sin Chansereyvutha, spokesman of the State Secretariat of Civil Aviation, said the expert group carried out the review last week.
“Overall, the ICAO said we have made corrections,” Mr Chansereyvutha said. “The improvements were better than they recommended. It was a good performance for us.”
In April last year, a team of Australian technical aviation and security experts who inspected Cambodia’s airports recommended State Secretariat of Civil Aviation to strengthen airport fences to ensure security and increase the number of security staff.
The next review will be in 2018.