FAA has given Thai aviation authorities until mid-October to take “corrective measures” over critical omissions in its commercial aviation safety standards. If these measures are not taken in time, Thai carriers could face a flight ban to the US. Thai Transport Minister Prajin Juntong said that if further inspections do not meet FAA requirements, Thailand’s aviation sector could be downgraded to a Category 2. He said this could “affect the industry’s flights ...

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