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March 2010: The Gulf Flight Safety Council began over a cup of coffee several years ago in Oman, when a small group of individuals sought to establish a focus for Gulf regional flight safety issues. From those humble beginnings the GFSC has grown into a diverse organisation consisting of members from all over the region and around the world, including manufacturers, regulators, air traffic service providers, business jet and VVIP operators, airlines and cargo operators and many more.  From the outset we have enjoyed meetings on a quarterly basis but....

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EASE Part TCO impact on aviation
Mar 16, 2012
Today, more than 270 airlines are banned from crossing European airspace. 70% of the countries on the list are African, the rest are from Asia and the CIS. Though the majority of the blacklisted companies didn't ever had flights to European countries, even those air carriers currently permitted to operate in the EU will soon face a new challenge – EASA Part TCO.... Full Story
Unstable Approaches Survey
Feb 13, 2012
FSF survey on unstable approaches... Full Story
A340 Overun on Takeoff
Jan 09, 2012
The ATSB has published the final report into the March 2009 tail strike and runway overrun by an Airbus A340-500, caused by insufficient thrust having been set because of incorrect flight crew data entry in performance calculations. Learn more about A340 Overrun on "Take Off on SKYbrary". ... Full Story
Incident: Air China A333
Jun 01, 2011
Air China A333 enroute on May 25th 2011, passenger camera lithum battery catches fire... Full Story
Air France flight slowed to a stall before crash: Report
Jun 01, 2011
May 24, 2011 - 12:03PM Air France Flight 447's flight recordings show the aircraft slowed to a stall after its airspeed sensors failed while the two co-pilots were at the controls, two people with knowledge of the investigation said. ... Full Story
EASA proposals for operations by Third World Countries
May 31, 2011
EASA presents proposals to simplify the conditions for operations by Third Country Operators in Europe... Full Story
Apr 24, 2011
The Air Accidents Investigation Branch Bulletin 8/2010 contained a report of an incident involving a Boeing 737,whilst passengers were boarding the aeroplane. ... Full Story
CAA reporting system defines 'Just Culture'
Mar 30, 2011
Formal definition of 'Just Culture' reporting... Full Story
Mar 18, 2011
General Aviation Safety Information Leaflet... Full Story
Djibouti Air
Mar 11, 2011
Djibouti Air made its inaugural flight to Dubai ... Full Story
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 Welcome to GFSC

The Gulf Flight Safety Council (GFSC) was formed early 2000 by a group of Gulf based Safety Professionals from various aviation companies located within the GCC region. The GFSC is not incorporated.

The objectives of the GFSC are to:

  • Pursue the highest standards of aviation safety for the region;
  • Maintain a web-site to facilitate the free exchange of aviation safety data;
  • Maintain an appropriate liaison with other bodies concerned with aviation safety.


 Minutes of Meeting

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  GFSC Constitution 2010
  1. GFSC twitter
  2. GFSC downloads
  3. Skybrary - Reference for aviation safety knowledge
  4. Flight Safety Australia magazine
  5. Aviation Safety Database


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