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Vigilance is the Key

n considering my column for this edition, I looked out my window and at the FlightRadar24 app and was disheartened by the real impact the COVID-19 pandemic is having on our industry. There certainly aren’t as many aircraft in the skies, even though the impact has been varied across the industry. I recognise while some sectors are continuing with their operations, very few are increasing activities and some are suffering severe impacts.

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