PODCAST 23: Stay safe on board ... or else!

This week's TIMES Aerospace podcast hears about the firm warnings being provided in regards to passenger behaviour.

The former CEO of Kenya Airways, Sebastian Mikosz, joins his IATA colleagues for the overview of the industry recovery – or lack of it – as passengers ignore safety rules and put public confidence in doubt.
 
Mikosz explains the law – and how crews should respond to such behaviour.
 
As IATA’s CEO Alexandre de Juniac outlines a new three-point plan for global recovery, Chief economist Brian Pearce and Mikosz explain how the Middle East and African connectivity is faring.

Getting aircraft back into the air is certainly no easy matter as Chuck Grieve discovers when he listens to Martin Bell from Gama Aviation’s Flyer Tech.
 
This, plus all the news from across the region.
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