The Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) passed six resolutions at the conclusion of its annual assembly in Jeju, South Korea, Oct. 19. They included two new resolutions addressing the issue of aviation manpower and wildlife trafficking. Other resolutions passed tackles aviation infrastructure, safety and passenger rights. ICAO has outlined the need for over 620,000 pilots, 1.3 million aircraft maintenance personnel and 125,000 air traffic controllers over the next 20 years to meet ...

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