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Ukrainian Commercial Jet Crash Renews Calls For Conflict Alert System

Newsy Wednesday, 5 February 2020 ()
Ukrainian Commercial Jet Crash Renews Calls For Conflict Alert SystemWatch VideoRenewed calls for a conflict alert system for airlines is gaining traction, following the incident in Iran last month, when a Ukrainian passenger jet was shot down. 

The head of the International Air Transport Association told Reuters Wednesday the deadly crash has sparked a sense of urgency to develop such a...
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The head of the International Air Transport Association told Reuters the deadly crash has renewed a sense of urgency to develop such a system.

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