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Brighter 2020 on the horizon for global airline industry: IATA

Despite a challenging year for the global airline industry owing to global economic slowdown, trade tensions and social unrest in Hong Kong, the outlook...

New global treaty aims to deter unruly airline passenger behaviour

Countries will have more power to crack down on unruly behaviour onboard aircraft, once the Montreal Protocol 2014 (MP14) comes into effect on January...

Indian LCC IndiGo becomes IATA member

India-based LCC IndiGo has joined global airline body IATA as a member, as the airline plans for global expansion, according to a report by...

Technology key to enhancing passenger experience: IATA’s CEO

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has called on governments and industry players to work together in leveraging modern technology to enhance passenger experience...

August global air traffic rise on uptick in demand: IATA

Demand in global passenger traffic data for August 2019 (measured in total revenue passenger kilometres or RPKs) climbed 3.8% compared to the year-ago period,...

IATA lifts off campaign to promote gender diversity in airline industry

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has launched the 25by2025 campaign, an airline industry initiative to advance gender diversity in the airline industry by...

Cox & Kings’ IATA license terminated; Ebix acquires its business travel...

The IATA has terminated the license to sell tickets for Cox & Kings and asked the debt-ridden Indian tour company to surrender its IATA...

Global air traffic growth in July slows; APAC registers lowest growth...

The global passenger demand growth has slackened in July due to tariffs, trade tensions and uncertainty surrounding Brexit, according to the IATA. Total revenue passenger...

Travelport live tests Qantas’ NDC bookings

Travelport has begun handling its first bookings with Qantas using IATA’s New Distribution Capability (NDC) standard, as part of its continuing support for the...

Global air passengers hit 4.4 billion in 2018: IATA

Global air connectivity continues to become more accessible and more efficient, having flown 4.4 billion passengers last year, according to 2018 performance figures released...

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