The Taiwanese Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) has disclosed plans to undertake a comprehensive inspection of seven Taiwanese airlines in a bid to help improve aviation safety. Airlines are to be inspected to ensure they have completed installation of the safety management system (SMS), which they have been instructed to do by the end of this year. They are also required to take measures to lower the possibility of medium to high-risk incidents. The final inspection will take place in January next year, and those failing to improve safety measures are to face a penalty of at least NT$600,000.

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