IATA Press Releases
IATA announced that the AIRS will address
transforming legacy distribution and payment processes into a digital retailing
IATA released an study showing that a more competitive air transport sector in Poland could generate an additional €3 billion in extra GDP
IATA announced slowing global passenger demand growth for July. Total revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs) rose 3.6%, compared to the same month in 2018.
IATA released data for global air freight markets showing that demand, measured in freight tonne kilometers, contracted by 3.2% in July 2019, compared to the same period in 2018.
IATA's study on the economic value of air transport and tourism to Kenya was presented at the IATA Regional Aviation Forum in Nairobi. It identifies opportunities for expansion over the next 20 years
IATA called on the Government of Panamá to work with the air transport industry to address the challenges and find joint solutions in order to meet the growing demand for air connectivity in the country
A more competitive air transport sector in Austria could generate an additional 14,000 jobs and nearly €4 billion in extra GDP for the nation’s economy by 2037.
IATA has announced that the 2019 Global Airport & Passenger Symposium (GAPS) will focus on the theme of building capacity for the future.
IATA urged aviation stakeholders to continue to be guided by the spirit of the 1944 Convention on International Civil Aviation, known as the Chicago Convention, in responding to the challenges facing aviation today and in the future.
The 2019 WFS will focus on the theme of shaping a sustainable future together: airlines, IATA and partners.
Data for global air freight markets shows that demand, measured in freight tonne kilometers (FTKs), decreased by 4.8% in June 2019
Global passenger traffic results for June 2019 show that demand (measured in revenue passenger kilometers or RPKs) rose by 5.0%
IATA announced the launch of the NDC Matchmaker, a free web-based tool to bring more visibility to travel distribution stakeholders that are collaborating on implementations of the New Distribution Capability.
IATA released performance figures for 2018 showing that global air connectivity continues to become more accessible and more efficient.