International Air Transport Association (IATA) officials say 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,” Calin Rovinescu, Air Canada CEO and chairman of IATA Board of Governors, says. “We rely on governments to do that.” Rovinescu made the comments at IATA’s AVSEC World conference in Washington, D.C., Oct.27, where a key topic ...


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