Promotion assures that the accident report " it does not look for to delimit responsibilities, since this function corresponds to him exclusively to justicia". It emphasizes some of his initiatives in aerial security taken during these three years. Among them, the creation of the AESA and the law of Aerial Security. Relatives of the 154 victims and pilots have asked to modify the accident report of the flight of Spanair that took place three years ago. The Ministry of Public Works and the Economy has stressed east Saturday its commitment to increase the security aerial, day in which an act on the occasion of the third anniversary of the accident of Spanair has been celebrated in which 154 people passed away. In an official notice, Promotion remembers that in these three years the dependent Ministry and its organisms have applied different initiatives to improve the aerial security and that some of them give to fulfillment to the recommendations of the Commission of Investigation of Accidents and Incidents in Aviacin Civil (CIAIAC).
The Association of Affected of the ill-fated flight has demanded east Saturday that modifies the report elaborated by this Commission because it considers that one does not come near to the objective to detect the chain of failures that took place. According to Promotion, the report of the CIAIAC, that emitted 29 of July the past, " it does not look for to delimit responsibilities, since this function corresponds to him exclusively to justicia". It needs that the intention of its investigations is to determine the causes and circumstances in which the accidents take place and thus to prevent them in the future, with recommendations to the implied parts. According to Promotion, after the accident, the CIAIAC has emitted 33 recommendations on operational security, but it does not gather, " because funcin" is not his; , the measures that the Ministry and its organisms have developed to improve the security since it took place and it emphasizes that some of them already give " cumplimiento" to its recommendations.