Air cargo operators are expecting the US Dept. of Homeland Security to issue new directives on airfreight security shortly, according to Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings President and CEO William Flynn, who said his company has been in"close contact" with DHS and the US Transportation Security Administration since Friday's revelation that two packages containing sophisticated bombs were intercepted en route from Yemen via package/express giants UPS and FedEx. The FedEx shipment ...

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