Singapore is to welcome around 300 government and aviation industry leaders from across the Asia-Pacific in March, for “an inaugural region-wide summit to discuss how to ensure aviation safety as the aviation sector recovers from the Covid-19 pandemic”. The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS), which is co-organising the gathering with the US-based Flight Safety Foundation, said the pandemic “added unprecedented challenges to aviation safety, including the availability and proficiency of skilled personnel, the airworthiness of aircraft returning to service from storage, familiarity with new procedures, and safety regime, culture and leadership in companies under financial pressure to ramp up

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