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IATA, Star Alliance extend passenger verification partnership

IATA and Star Alliance have renewed their collaboration on traveller document verification. In a signing ceremony at IATA’s 75th Annual General Meeting in Seoul, the...

Slowing demand, rising costs squeeze airline profits: IATA

IATA has downgraded its 2019 outlook for the global air transport industry to a US$28 billion profit, from US$35.5 billion forecast in December 2018,...

Amadeus, Lufthansa get IATA One Order certification

Amadeus and Lufthansa are now certified under IATA One Order, an initiative to modernise the flight booking experience. Under the One Order approach, the customer...

Bangkok Airways named IATA regional training partner

Bangkok Air Aviation Training Center (BATC), a subsidiary of Bangkok Airways, and IATA have signed a partnership agreement on the establishment of IATA Regional Aviation Training Partner in Bangkok.

Amid evolving threats, IATA urges greater public-private collaboration to keep aviation...

IATA is calling on industry stakeholders and governments to work together more closely to keep aviation secure in the face of evolving security threats...

US airlines, IATA to recognise non-binary passengers

US airline passengers who don't identify as "male" or "female" will soon have more gender options to choose from, including "unspecified" and "undisclosed", when...

IATA tests new direct debit payment method

The first IATA Pay ticket purchase transaction has been completed in a live test environment. The live test conducted with UK-based fintech company ipagoo was...

IATA ‘cautiously optimistic’ on airlines’ profitability in 2019

With lower fuel prices and strong economic growth, the global airline industry net profit is expected to hit US$35.5 billion in 2019, slightly ahead...

IATA touts greater benefits for agents in digital ID card push

IATA is stepping up its global outreach efforts for its new digital identification cards for travel agents, encouraging industry professionals to get on board...

IATA forecasts doubling of air passenger numbers by 2037

Present trends in air transport suggest passenger numbers could double to 8.2 billion in 2037, with Asia-Pacific driving the biggest growth, according to IATA. The...

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