ICAO is proposing that airlines begin taking responsibility for knowing the whereabouts of their aircraft in oceanic areas by late 2016. Member states began debating the plan for normal tracking, distress tracking and new data recorder standards today as part of the High Level Safety Conference in Montreal. Based on analyses by several working groups, the plan calls for completing guidance for advanced implementation of normal tracking procedures by Aug. 31, which includes an airline having ...

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