Arab Air Carriers Organization criticized unilaterally imposed security measures that "sometimes negate the concept of facilitation" and emphasized the need to coordinate aviation security on a global level and apply internationally accepted standards and procedures. "Security has turned into a heavy burden on air passengers," AACO Secretary General Abdul Wahab Teffaha noted during the association's AGM in Damascus last week. "The air transport industry, which has invested a great deal to ...

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