IATA is coordinating efforts to ensure airlines, airport authorities, air traffic control (ATC) authorities and other key aviation stakeholders communicate critical information better when there is an incident that causes severe operational disruption at a major airport. The effort stems from the chaos that was experienced at New York JFK Airport in early January when the US east coast was hit by a snow storm. During that so-called snow “bomb cyclone,” JFK saw more than 140 ...

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