Major Asian airlines are attempting to strengthen coordination among themselves and with Western aviation authorities to enhance safety, but the financial stresses that are pressuring the operations of several carriers may hinder major new developments. In early August, the Association of Asia/Pacific Airlines (AAPA) held its annual meeting of airline vice presidents responsible for supervising AAPA's technical committees in engineering, maintenance, materials, security and other ...

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