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GCAA launches new security system at Dubai airport

April 15- The General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), Dubai, has launched an electronic audit system called Q-Pulse that will enhance safety and security measures at the airport. The announcement was made at a launching ceremony yesterday where various representatives from the aviation sector were present.
Speaking on the occasion, Ismaeil Al Balooshi, Safety Director of GCAA explained: “As the first regulator in the world to adopt this approach, to integrate the Q-Pulse system with the industry, the GCAA has taken a truly proactive stance in maintaining and improving safety and security oversight.”
 

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