Airport officials strongly cautioned against "massive overkill" in response to the recent interception of bombs in air cargo shipments, warning that a significant expansion of airfreight screening at airports could stifle global trade. "A risk-based approach is…fundamental for dealing with air cargo," Sydney Airport Corp. Chairman and CEO Max Moore-Wilton, chair of the Airports Council International World Governing Board, told reporters. Speaking during a press ...

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