IATA officials said airlines require the caliber of state-acquired intelligence to decide when and where aircraft should not be flying. “We’re not in the intelligence gathering business,” said Calin Rovinescu, chairman of the IATA board of governors and president and CEO of Air Canada. “We rely on governments to do ...

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