IATA: Government assets needed for conflict areas intelligence

IATA officials said airlines require the caliber of state-acquired intelligence to decide when and where aircraft should not be flying. “We’re not in the intelligence gathering business,” said Calin Rovinescu , chairman of the IATA board of governors and president and CEO of Air Canada. “We rely on...

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