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February 28, 2021

ROMATSA inaugurates aeronautic rescue centre

The Romanian Air Traffic Services Administration (ROMATSA) inaugurated, yesterday, the Search and Rescue Coordination Centre (SAR), which will manage emergency situations resulting from civil aviation accidents, Agerpres reports. “This centre was founded based on European standard requirements regarding intervention in the case of accidents and will operate in connection with the Inspectorates for Emergency Situations, the Marine Search Centre, the Air Force Staff, as well as the General Aviation Inspectorate within the Interior Ministry. I hope we will never have the occasion to use it,” the director general of ROMATSA, Bogdan Donciu, stated, yesterday. The latter explained the information system had been implemented by ROMATSA with the assistance of the Special Telecommunications Service.
According to the minister of Transports, Anca Boagiu, the connection with other means of transport from the Henri Coanda Airport cannot be covered out of European funds, as only airports with traffic under 500,000 passengers a year are eligible for EU support, but other solutions for development will be found.

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