The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) and aviation ministers from all over the world will meet in Abuja on July 15 to deliberate on air accidents and other related issues.
Sources said the decision to host the conference in Nigeria was prompted by the Dana Air crash, which killed 153 persons on board and 10 people on ground on June 3, 2012.
ICAO, industry sources said, will critically look at the issue of aviation fuel as preliminary investigation of the crashed aircraft suggested that contaminated fuel might have harmed the plane's two engines after 40 minutes of flight on its way from Abuja to Lagos that Sunday afternoon.
Officers of the Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) and their American counterparts who conducted preliminary tests suspect that the two engines might have been contaminated by bad fuel.
The team was said to have conducted tests on fuel samples from two aircraft belonging to the airline and detected that they were bad; that the key components in an aircraft are the engines, the throttle system and the fuel.
Hitherto, ICAO felt it was the responsibility of member country's petroleum industry regulators to develop a policy to protect the industry and determine the quality standard of fuel to be sold.
Earlier, an informed source said that there were three major factors that could be responsible for the two engines of an aircraft to break down at the same time.
One is bird strike; two is tornado and thunderstorm and the third factor is bad and adulterated fuel.
'We might lose our Federal Aviation Administration of United States Category One Safety Audit. Not because of this accident but because of the way we are managing it through government's actions and inaction. So, I will advise that government deals with this present situation with circumspect."
The source therefore advised that Nigeria should come up with emergency procedures that would be used to tackle similar situation in future. Itatias corrum qui te est harum as iliqui veligendel ipit quissunt et plandusam, odita dollibus net lab ipsan.