IATA Press Releases
IATA highlighted three key priorities for the ground handling industry to support the growing demand for air travel
IATA urges aviation stakeholders to follow global standards and make greater use of operational data in order to safely accommodate an additional 3.8 billion air travelers by 2036
IATA Training awarded its 2018 Premier Circle winners as a part of its prestigious training partner's recognition program.
IATA has launched the 2018 Global Airport and Passenger Symposium (GAPS) Startup Innovation Awards competition.
The current airport is bursting almost 50% over its design capacity of 32 million. A new airport is vital to enable Mexico City to benefit in the future.
IATA announced global passenger traffic results for February showing a rebound in traffic growth following the slower demand experienced in January
IATA released demand growth results for global air freight markets in February 2018, showing demand increased by 7.7%, the strongest start to a year since 2015.
IATA has launched a new standardized global certification program to improve the safety and welfare of animals travelling by air
IATA called on the governments of Latin America and the Caribbean to focus on infrastructure, costs and the region's regulatory framework.
IATA announced the recipient of the IATA FACE-UP award for 2018 following presentations from 3 finalists at the WCS closing plenary
IATA has taken a significant step forward in the digitalization of the dangerous goods supply chain following the adoption of the e-Dangerous Goods Declaration (e-DGD) standards.
Technological Progress and Safe Operations to become theme for 2018 Safety and Flight Ops Conference.
IATA welcomed the UK Transport Select Committee's endorsement of Heathrow as the right location to expand airport capacity, but warned that the costs could still spiral out of control.
With the addition of 27 full-time jobs, IATA is increasing its Financial and Distribution Services (FDS) division in Montreal.