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Smarter regulations, global standards and infrastructure needed, IATA tells government

IATA has called for governments to facilitate the growth of global connectivity by avoiding creeping re-regulation, maintaining the integrity of global standards and addressing...

SIA now NDC-connected with Skyscanner partnership

Singapore Airlines (SIA) has launched its first New Distribution Capability (NDC) connection following its agreement with travel search and booking site Skyscanner. NDC was conceived...

Qantas rolls out new technology platform for agents

Qantas has launched a new technology platform to enhance its retailing, booking and servicing capabilities for trade partners, enabling them to provide their customers...

Vistara joins IATA ahead of launching international operations

Indian full-service carrier Vistara – a joint venture of Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines – is now a member of IATA, joining the association...

IATA wants billionth passenger on sustainable fuel flights by 2025

Ten years since the first flight took off on a mix of jet and sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), IATA is aiming for one billion...

IATA objects to new airport tax to fund Changi expansion

IATA has expressed its disappointment over the additional fees that Changi Airport will charge passengers and airlines to fund the development of Changi East...

Distribution companies spell out initiatives for NDC

Amadeus has announced the creation of a dedicated NDC-X programme to drive the industrialisation of IATA's New Distribution Capability (NDC). Amadeus says its NDC-X programme...

IATA boosts presence in Singapore

IATA is growing its Asia-Pacific headquarters in Singapore with the move to a larger office at Mapletree Business City that can accommodate 40 per...

Mixed airline performance across different regions

A new IATA report has revealed adjusted forecasts for airline performance across different regions, such as in Europe, where airlines are benefiting from economic...

Air passenger numbers expected to surge to new high

IATA projects air passenger numbers globally would reach a historical high of over four billion this year, and grow a further 5.6 per cent...

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