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Last updated: 25 February 2013

The total charge for a subscription to the ASN News Flashes by e-mail service for the duration of one year is US $25. The following methods of payment are available:

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ASN News Flashes by e-mail   
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News flashes by e-mail
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  • It is not allowed to redistribute the "ASN News flashes" e-mails and "ASN Accident Database Updates" e-mails without the prior permission from the Aviation Safety Network.
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