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Thailand breaking aviation-safety deal, Japan complains

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The Japan Civil Aviation Bureau has reminded Thailand to keep its promise of regular updates on steps being taken to resolve safety problems after the agency postponed sanctions against Thai airlines.

The Department of Civil Aviation had successfully lobbied its Japanese counterpart to allow Thai-registered airlines to continue operating in Japan from April 11 to May 31 by pledging to better coordinate and update the bureau on efforts to correct deficiencies in airline inspection and certification highlighted by the International Civil Aviation Organisation.

Read more: Bangkok Post

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