The Namibia Confidential Aviation Incident Reporting (NAMCAIR) program is a voluntary, non-punitive confidential incident reporting system established by the DAAI. It provides a channel for the reporting of aviation incidents and safety deficiencies while protecting the reporter's identity.
The key objective of NAMCAIR is to enhance aviation safety through the collection of feedback on incidents that would otherwise not be reported through other channels, or that may appear minor but may be useful for others to learn from the reporter's experience and may even lead to changes in procedures or design. But it does not eliminate the need for mandatory reporting of aircraft accidents and incidents to the relevant authorities under the existing law.
To find out more about the NAMCAIR Program, please click on the sections below.
What does the NAMCAIR Program cover?
The NAMCAIR Program covers the following areas:
- Departure/en route/approach landing
- Aircraft cabin operations
- Air proximity events
- Weight and balance and Performance
- Aircraft ground operations
- Movement on the airport
- Fuelling operations
- Airport conditions or services
- Cargo Loading
Air Traffic Management:
- ATC operations
- ATC equipment and navigation aids
- Crew and ATC communications
- Aircraft maintenance
- Record keeping
- Passenger handling operations related to safety