Malaysia Airlines (MAS)’s Chief Commercial Officer Hugh Dunleavy underlined the need for the industry to improve information sharing about where it is safe to fly and where it isn’t. “There is a critically urgent need for more [information] sharing,” Dunleavy said. “This is a risk assessment issue that is nothing to do with commercial operations or national security. The situation has to change.” The airline lost a Boeing 777-200ER on July 17 over Eastern ...

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