ICAO Annex 9 - Facilitation (FAL)
ICAO Annex 9 - Facilitation (FAL)
Instructor-led Training

ICAO Annex 9 - Facilitation (FAL)

Offered in EN, SP, FR and AR
USD 1,667.00
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Purpose of the Course

The ICAO Annex 9 – Facilitation course is course designed to provide ICAO global training in facilitation to relevant staff from Civil Aviation Authorities (CAA) and relevant border control authorities to deal collectively, in an inter-agency manner, with Annex 9’s facilitation provisions and support development and implementation of a National Air Transport Facilitation Programme (NATFP), National Air Transport Facilitation Committee (NATFC) and Airport Facilitation Committee.


Learning Objectives

At the end of the ICAO Annex 9 - Facilitation course, participants will be able to:
•Explain the facilitation-related Articles of the Chicago Convention contained in Annex 9;
•Describe the content of Annex 9 – Facilitation and explain specific provisions on entry and departure of passengers, cargo, mail, crews and aircrafts;
•Identify relevant stakeholders involved with or responsible for implementation of the National Air Transport Facilitation Programme;
•Describe the legal basis, content and structure of a National Air Transport Facilitation Programme based on the facilitation requirements of the Chicago Convention and of Annex 9 –Facilitation;
•Communicate the legal basis, composition and function of a National Air Transport Facilitation Committee;
•Describe the Annex 9 provisions related to Passenger Data Exchange Systems
•Draft a sample NATFP


Target Population

Middle management within Civil Aviation Authorities and border-control authorities involved in establishing and implementing the NATFP and NATFC.


This could include:


  • Customs
  • Immigration
  • Health
  • Quarantine
  • Visa-issuing authorities
  • Travel document-issuing authorities and agencies responsible for disability affairs, foreign affairs, law enforcement
  • Other




More Information
Training area Security
Training Type Instructor-led
SKU TRG-10026-001-01
Location of course delivery Virtual