DOHA, Qatar — International Air Transport Association (IATA) senior vice president Safety and Flight Operations Kevin Hiatt said a mandatory aircraft-tracking system may well become part of the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA). However, for now the focus is on evaluating existing technology that enhances the monitoring in real time of the flight paths of commercial passenger and cargo aircraft and defining a minimum set of performance requirements that any system should ...


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