Kuehne has bigger fish to fry in Singapore than new West Africa cluster
2 April 2015, 10:00am Singapore Time:- In response to media queries on Singapore␣s actions following the ICAO safety oversight audit on Thailand, a spokesperson from CAAS said that the safety of air transport and the travelling public is paramount. With the outcome of the recent ICAO safety oversight audit on Thailand, CAAS has stepped up its surveillance and ramp inspections of Thai carriers’ aircraft operations in Singapore. Thus far, we have not imposed any restrictions on Thai carriers.
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