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IATA has outlined proposals to restart aviation. It has five principles, on which airlines should base their decisions, including a flexible response to the crisis and putting safety and security first. It has also outlined how to manage the public health aspects. In what it grandly calls “the greatest challenge in aviation history”, it is recommending a layered approach to biosecurity.

Its proposals will require government buy-in, especially for online portals to collect passenger health information. And, in guidelines which will likely trigger a loud collective sigh the world over, airport processes will take even longer, FlightGlobal reports.

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