The process of removing the damaged CAL aircraft from the Guyana airport field will be completed by next Wednesday, says T&T Civil Aviation head, Ramesh Lutchmedial.
spoke yesterday after returning to T&T following the start of the probe into the incident.
is part of the international multidisciplinary team instituted by Guyanese authorities to investigate the issue along various lines.
The investigation, being co-ordinated by Guyana's Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), involves five teams comprising investigators from the GCAA, Caribbean Aviation Safety Oversight and Security System
, the US National Transportation
and Safety Board
, T&T's Civil Aviation Authority
, Boeing Aircraft Company, Caribbean Airlines Limited
and Suriname's Civil Aviation Authority.
said teams yesterday began removing the aircraft from the runway field.
"We'll have to drop the engines and altogether the move will take several days and should be completed by next Tuesday, Wednesday," he
said the aircraft had to be kept intact until completion of the probe.
When this concludes and it is released by Guyanese authorities, it will be handed back to CAL. Lutchmedial was highly critical of a Guyanese news report concerning the situation yesterday.
said: "I'm very disturbed about this because we need to steer clear of all speculation for the probe to be done properly.