Airlines and regulators around the world are monitoring the swine flu outbreak and have been urged to review health emergency plans, but no action was taken yesterday aside from an EU official's warning to avoid "nonessential travel" to parts of North America and a number of airlines waiving change fees for flights to Mexico, where the disease originated and is believed to have caused more than 100 deaths. "At the present time, ICAO recommends that states review their preparedness plans for ...

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