Airports and airlines in the fast-growing Asia-Pacific region are strengthening their business continuity plans to help mitigate disruptions when the unexpected happens. Natural disasters, such as earthquakes, typhoons and tsunamis, are frequent in the region, but human events, including the anti-government protests in Hong Kong, can also have a huge impact on airport operations. ICAO requires all airports to develop an emergency plan. In Singapore, Changi Airport Group’s (CAG) Changi ...

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