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IATA: Waiting for Regulators, Some Airlines Act on Aircraft Tracking

    IATA: Waiting for Regulators, Some Airlines Act on Aircraft Tracking

MIAMI —  One man’s slow is another’s deliberate. Perhaps that is the best way to explain the aviation industry’s progress towards establishing standards for flight tracking and monitoring in the

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Department of Homeland Security Addresses TSA Concerns at IATA AGM

    Department of Homeland Security Addresses TSA Concerns at IATA AGM

MIAMI — With the recent release of some details of a classified report regarding shortcomings in the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) screening process, many have expressed concern about the security of

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Is Air Safety Less Safe in the Asia Pacific Region?

    Is Air Safety Less Safe in the Asia Pacific Region?

MIAMI — The perception of air safety in the Asia Pacific region continued to take a hit after the February 2 crash of TransAsia Airways Flight 235, flown with an ATR-72-600,

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Op-Ed on Asiana 214 From A 777 Pilot: Human And Cultural Factors – A Tragedy That Should Never Have Happened

    Op-Ed on Asiana 214 From A 777 Pilot: Human And Cultural Factors – A Tragedy That Should Never Have Happened

MIAMI —Because we cannot turn back time, there is nothing we can do to save the three fatal victims of  Asian’s Boeing  777-200 ER hull operating Flight 214 from Seoul Incheon

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