Welcome to the ECCAIRS community portal.
This web portal supports organisations using (or interested in using) the ECCAIRS software for the collection and exchange of their aviation safety information.
Thursday, 25 August 2016 21:46
Greater Noida: In order to enhance safety and security along the 165-km Yamuna Expressway, a WhatsApp group has been created to keep a check on overspeeding vehicles along the e-way. The decision...
Thursday, 25 August 2016 21:37
Quebec’s new transport minister wants his federal counterpart Marc Garneau to examine the possibility of making it a criminal offence to use a cellphone while driving. Laurent Lessard raised the...
Federal Aviation Administration presents formal certification of Westfield Technical Academy's new aviation technology program
Thursday, 25 August 2016 21:29
WESTFIELD - The Federal Aviation Administration Thursday presented its formal certification of Westfield Technical Academy's new aviation technology program. And, Gulfstream Aerospace Corp.,...
Thursday, 25 August 2016 21:28
FULLERTON, Calif. (AP) — Orange County authorities say a small plane crashed into a hangar on takeoff at Fullerton Airport, slightly injuring the two men aboard. Fullerton Fire Department Deputy...
Thursday, 25 August 2016 21:23
Sadly for the organisers of the Clacton Airshow, yesterday’s weather also had one other element that was the last thing they wanted – a gentle sea mist sitting just off the beach. The weather...
White Papers : Updated White Paper ECCAIRS WebAPI to version 1.2
Friday, 19 August 2016 12:57
This document provides information about the ECCAIRS Web API, an Application Programming Interface based on a set of functions made available as a web service, which provides methods that allow integration of some data oriented ECCAIRS functions in third party applications.
This White Paper has been reviewed and reorganized to better explain how to setup and deploy the ECCAIRS Web API.
Link: Web site link
Announcements : Opportunity for a Seconded National Expert (SNE) extended deadline
Tuesday, 16 August 2016 14:22
The deadline for the position of Seconded National Expert, contributing to the ECCAIRS activity, has been extended to 26 September 2016. We recommend those interested to contact their Member State's Permanent Representation (follow the link and look under How to participate?). Note that not all Representations publish all open positions; should this be the case you can contact the Representation and ask them to provide the details for applying to the position.
The selected candidate will participate in the further development, deployment, distribution, support and training activities of the ECCAIRS Reporting System and related tools by providing specific competence in the area of aviation safety which will be essential for the correct development of efficient user-interfaces and analysis methodologies. At the same time participation in the ECCAIRS development will ensure that the SNE will obtain a detailed insight in the ins and outs of the system. This will enable the SNE to support Member States authorities and International Organisations in using ECCAIRS, for example by creating customized taxonomy extensions and user-interfaces, by extending the system using the ECCAIRS application programming interfaces or by applying data-extraction, -warehousing and -analysis techniques.
Link: Web site link