A wealth of information is available on aviation safety, but improvement is needed in coordinating and sharing the best safety practices that could benefit the entire industry, ICAO Secretary General Raymond Benjamin said yesterday at the annual FAA International Aviation Safety Forum in Washington. "There's no need for anyone not to have access to safety-critical information," Benjamin said. "We need a global safety information exchange." Such an exchange would lead to more "targeted ...

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