Friday, May 22, 2009

Japan ends onboard inspections on flights from North America

Japan has adopted a new policy to fight against the AH1N1 outbreak. They stopped doing onboard passengers inspections for flights from North America except when there is advance notice of passengers onboard are suffering fevers and have flu-like symptoms. This should reduce the chance of passengers missing their connecting flights (the inspection took 3 hours to complete when they first started due to lack of officers).

Source: NASDAQ


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