By Jennifer Stansberry Miller, Ken Jenkins, Sue Warner-Bean

In the aftermath of an aviation disaster or critical incident, airports are often the first point of contact for affected passengers, friends and relatives. Yet guidance for airports is notably absent from international aviation disaster laws and policies. A newly-published guidebook, based on extensive research, aims to address this gap and equip airports with practical tools to meet critical human needs following a disaster.

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