New extra security rules that the US and some other countries are imposing on all inbound foreign flights are causing significant hassle for passengers, airlines and airports and are costly to implement. Ultimately, the director general of the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) warned, those extra costs will have to be passed on to the passenger. But for now, airlines are focused on compliance. The US mandated extra security screening rules for all inbound foreign flights earlier ...

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