The head of the Assn. of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) has called for the US aviation security system to break free from its mindset of treating every passenger as a potential terrorist. Speaking at the International Aviation Club in Washington DC Thursday, AAPA DG Andrew Herdman said intelligence-led, outcome-based security measures were the way ahead. “Effective security procedures must balance risks against costs and inconvenience to the traveling public. For many passengers, ...

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