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Asia/Singapore Saturday, 26th November 2022
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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...

Travelport launches PCI DSS Certification tool for agents

After travel players like Hong Kong's WWPKG were recently targeted in hacking incidents, Travelport has announced the launch of an online PCI DSS (Payment...

IATA to roll out next generation BSP

The most extensive and ambitious modernisation of BSP (Billing & Settlement Plan) since it was created in 1971 is set to be rolled out. The...

IATA says infrastructure should be priority in Philippines, not taxes and...

IATA has called on the Philippine government to tackle the more pressing issue of airport infrastructure, and abandon proposals to increase aviation taxes in...

Off-site processing, automation on IATA’s agenda for airports

IATA, in collaboration with Airports Council International (ACI), have launched the New Experience in Travel and Technologies (NEXTT) initiative, which will look into off-site...

Revised IATA rules bring some relief to Philippine agents

IATA will no longer mandate all its 242 accredited Philippine agencies to use credit cards for BSP payment transactions, to the relief of agencies...

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