Recommendations from an IATA task force created to find options for better global tracking of airliners will not be mandatory and may not be “one size fits all,” the organization’s head of safety and flight operations said Tuesday. Briefing journalists at the 70th IATA AGM in Doha, IATA SVP, safety and flight operations, Kevin Hiatt, set out the goals and timelines of the IATA Aircraft Tracking Task Force (ATTF) that was established in April to identify technical and ...

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