Airlines are concerned that November 2016 may be too soon to implement an ICAO proposal for carriers to adhere to a standard of reporting aircraft position at least once every 15 minutes when in oceanic or remote airspace, IATA DG and CEO Tony Tyler said. Speaking to reporters Tuesday at the IATA AGM in Miami, Tyler said careful study is needed to determine whether it is feasible to impose the aircraft position reporting standard by next year. In the aftermath of the March 2014 ...

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