Asia Pacific lacks a set of harmonized guidelines for safety and regulatory practices, according to Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) technical director Martin Eran-Tasker. Speaking at the AAPA Assembly of Presidents 2015 conference in Bali, Eran-Tasker said, “We definitely need to revisit security following the [Metrojet flight 9268] crash ,” he told media. The Metrojet Airbus A321 crashed Oct. 31 in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula shortly after takeoff from Sham ...

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