Turkish Ministry of Transport will impose stricter controls on civil aviation in response to the Atlasjet MD-83 crash that killed all 57 onboard last Friday (ATWOnline, Dec. 4). The ministry will perform checks of all aircraft operated by private airlines in the country, as well as checks of training standards, Turkish media reported. In addition, authorities intend to reduce flights to destinations on which carriers suffer from low load factors, especially on routes to smaller cities in the ...

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