Singapore. According to the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, over 400 industry and government leaders will take part in a three-day summit to address the safety risks that come with the recovery of air travel.
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The summit will also focus on ways to mitigate disruptions to air industry services, the mental wellness of professionals, technologies, and sustainability. The event will be held from 22 to 24 March this year.
According to CAAS director-general Han Kok Juan, the summit will prove the initiative of authorities to implement safety in the industry
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