Emirates Airline has started a review of security measures at airports throughout the Middle East, Western Asia and Africa as a consequence of the Oct. 31 crash of a Metrojet Airbus A321 in Egypt. The crash, possibly caused by a bomb explosion, was a “game changer in our industry,” Emirates Airline president Tim Clark believes. The consequences will have to be “addressed on an industry level, but it is not in the hands of the airlines.” The internal Emirates ...

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