Tiaca chief slams Schiphol slot cuts – dialogue is the answer
Tiaca director general Glyn Hughes has slammed Schiphol’s plan to cut flights by some 10% ...
Miami, USA, Thursday 21st May 2015 – Industry must continue to work closely with regulators to ensure impending advance data rules enhance security without impeding cargo flows, delegates at TIACA’s Executive Summit (ES) heard today.
Representatives from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), Customs and Border Protection (CBP), the European Union (EU), Transport Canada, Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), the World Customs Organization (WCO), and the International Civil Aviation Authority (ICAO) took to the stage to give updates on their advance data pilot schemes and take questions from delegates.
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