IATA Press Releases
IATA called on the governments and air navigation service providers of Europe to address the region's airspace bottlenecks, as new data revealed that delays so far this year have more than doubled compared to 2017
Demand rose 6.1% compared to the same month in 2017, which was a slight pickup from 6.0% year-over-year growth for April 2018
Freight capacity grew by 6.2% year-on-year in May 2018. This was the fourth month in a row that capacity growth outstripped demand growth.
IATA called on governments and other aviation stakeholders in the Caribbean region to work together to maximize the benefits of aviation connectivity.
After years of delay, the approval of the NPS is a momentous day for air travel not just in the UK, but for the global air transport network.
The privatization of Aeroports de Paris is a highly significant step which must not be taken lightly by the French government
the current system for allocating capacity at Europe's airports is benefiting consumers with greater choice and expanded connectivity
IATA announced that Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, His Excellency Akbar Al Baker, has assumed his duties as Chairman of the IATA Board of Governors (BoG) for a one-year term effective from the conclusion of the 74th IATA AGM.
IATA announced that Korean Air will host the 75th IATA Annual General Meeting (AGM) and World Air Transport Summit in Seoul, South Korea, from 2-4 June 2019.
IATA's 74th Annual General Meeting (AGM) unanimously approved a resolution denouncing trafficking in persons, and committing to a number of actions related to anti-trafficking initiatives.
IATA called on governments to abide by international agreements and treaty obligations to enable airlines to repatriate revenues from ticket sales and other activities. Blocked airline funds total a repatriation of $4.9 billion across some 16 countries.
IATA called on governments to intensify efforts to spread the economic and social benefits of aviation by removing onerous barriers to the free movement of people across borders.
IATA AGM urged governments to take a cautious approach when considering airport privatization. In a unanimously passed resolution, IATA members called on governments to prioritize the long-term economic and social benefits delivered by an effective airport.