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ICAO recommends new 15-minute aircraft tracking Standard

Earlier in the week, we talked about calls for better tracking for international air travel, especially in light of the disappearance last year of Malaysian Flight 370. This week, ICAO - The Civil Aviation Organization issued new recommendations calling for mandatory tracking of all commercial aircraft, every 15 minutes. Benard Aliu is the President of ICAO and he joined us...
Earlier in the week, we talked about calls for better tracking for international air travel, especially in light of the disappearance last year of Malaysian Flight 370. This week, ICAO - The Civil Aviation Organization issued new recommendations calling for mandatory tracking of all commercial aircraft, every 15 minutes. Benard Aliu is the President of ICAO and he joined us from Montreal. 

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