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   Vol. 19 No. 16
Friday February 28, 2020
Virus Cancels FIATA HQ Session
FIATA Headquarters

FlyingTypers learned that the Annual FIATA Headquarters Sessions in Zurich, scheduled for March 24-28, 2020, have been cancelled and will not be rescheduled.
  “This decision,” new FIATA Director General Stephane Graber said “is being taken because of recent impact of the COVID-19 contagion in Italy, and now in Switzerland.
  “FIATA is mindful as to its duty of care to its membership and has taken this action due to uncertainty, as governments attempt to contain the continued spread of the COVID-19 in Switzerland and Europe.”
  FIATA is scheduled to hold its major event the FIATA World Congress this autumn in Busan Korea October 19-24.
  For more click here.
  Stay tuned.

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