Pottinger Safety becomes an ACI-LAC World Business Partner
Panama, November 3rd, 2021 – Airports Council International – Latin America and Caribbean (ACI LAC) welcomes Pottinger Safety, an aviation consulting company, as a new World Business Partner.
Pottinger Safety’s head office is located in Vancouver, Canada, with more than 40 years of experience in aviation operations globally. This well-known consulting company assist airports, other aviation service providers and governments in parts of the world where the problems and challenges in aviation safety are complicated by issues unique to developing countries, countries in conflict, and post-conflict environments.
In 2018 Pottinger Safety expanded their consulting services to include advisory services related to privatization or PPP’s. Since then, the company has worked with the Asian Development Bank on airport PPP and privatization projects in Nepal and Papua New Guinea.
Rafael Echevarne, Director General of ACI-LAC highlighted “We are very pleased to welcome our newest member Pottinger Safety, a safety consulting company. ACI-LAC continues to work actively to add new members to contribute to the development of the Latin American and Caribbean airport industry. I am sure that vast experience and participation will be a mutually beneficial collaboration”.
“We are thrilled to begin this partnership with ACI-LAC. Our goal is to assist airports in the Latin America Caribbean region in the areas of safety and quality management, and strategic planning related to the implications of privatization on operations and safety.” commented John Pottinger, President & CEO at Pottinger Aviation Consulting
Pottinger Safety has worked with airports in LAC, such as in San Pedro Sula, APEX airport safety Assessment, Antigua: APEX airport safety Assessment, Jamaica: Civil Aviation Senior Management Training, Curacao: SMS Training, QMS Training, Auditor Training, Senior Auditor Training, Accident and Incident Management Training, Suriname: SMS for Civil Aviation Training, and Colombia: Accident Investigation: Ares Air