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GCAA Clears flydubai For Takeoff

The General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) issued flydubai its Air Operators Certificate after meeting strict GCCA requirements. GCCA is the regulatory body responsible for ensuring safety and standards within the airline industry.  Flydubai is now ready to launch  its first flight to Beirut on Monday.

GCCA Director General said there are many rigid checks and balances to make sure that there is strict compliance with regulations.  All of flydubai’s instructions, airline manuals, and procedures have been approved by GCCA.
 

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