To appoint a Chief Executive Officer, appointed Secretary-General, and to provide for the appointment of other required staff members in accordance with the provisions of chapter XI; Any State Party may require, in accordance with the rules it imposes, that aircraft entering the areas referred to in subparagraph (a) or (b) be found at a particular airport in its territory as soon as possible. All air agreements in force on the entry into force of this Convention concluded between a Contracting State and another State or between an airline of a Contracting State and another State or the airline of another State shall be immediately registered with the Council. Finally, the website will be available on ICAO`s public website and will provide States, operators, safety inspectors and the public with important registration information. “The new WAGMAR system has been developed using a scalable, state-of-the-art architecture to account for planned capacity and meet ICAO`s strict new cybersecurity requirements,” said Dr. Liu. “It is also integrated with ICAO`s Aviation Data Platform (DNA) and will be very useful to the industry in the future.” The new ONLINE WAGMAR system represents a clear leap forward in ease of use and functionality and aims to improve the efficiency of aviation players. For example, states will be able to manage existing registrations, draft or amend agreements, and automatically communicate changes with other parties. Every civil aircraft shall comply with the order given in accordance with point (b) of this Article. To that end, each State Party shall establish, in its laws, regulations and administrative provisions, all necessary provisions to make such compliance mandatory for all civil aircraft registered in that State or operated by an operator having their head office or permanent residence in that State. Each State Party shall make any violation of such applicable laws or regulations punishable and shall submit the case to its competent authorities in accordance with its laws or regulations.
Deal with all matters within the scope of the organization that are not specifically assigned to the Council. Each State Party undertakes that its international air carriers shall submit to the Council, in accordance with the requirements established by the Council, traffic reports, cost statistics and financial reports which, inter alia, shall indicate all revenues and their sources. Each State Party undertakes not to use civil aviation for purposes incompatible with the objectives of this Convention. The competent authorities of each Contracting State shall have the right to search without unreasonable delay aircraft of other States Parties upon landing or departure and to consult the certificates and other documents prescribed by this Convention. . . .