IATA, ICAO, US Dept. of Homeland Security officials and executives from 25 airlines held a "security summit" last week in Geneva designed to outline "a new era of industry/government cooperation to improve aviation security around the world," IATA said. "Governments understand the threats and the tools needed to mitigate them. Industry has the operational expertise for effective implementation. Working together is the only way forward," DG and CEO Giovanni Bisignani said. IATA and the ...

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