The US-based Flight Safety Foundation is setting up a new Asia Pacific Centre for Aviation Safety in Singapore. The centre is “to help aviation stakeholders in the Asia-Pacific region raise safety standards and capabilities to restart and ramp up operations safely as air travel recovers to pre-pandemic levels”, the FSF said in a March 22 statement. The centre is to be supported by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and will “develop an annual work programme to meet the needs of regulators and industry in the region and undertake projects and studies to provide a deeper understanding of safety

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