Airports are urging governments around the world to take a second look at their aviation security regimes and to work cooperatively to develop a global, standardized approach, officials said Monday at the opening of the Airports Council International-North America Conference and Exhibition in Pittsburgh. Sydney Airport Corp. Chairman and CEO Max Moore-Wilton, chair of the ACI World Governing Board, told delegates that while "there is no doubt that we face a threat...I have no doubt ...

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