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Airline body IATA sees industry recovery now in 2023

The head of the world's biggest airline trade body said on Monday passenger traffic was recovering faster than expected and that, on average, the...

IATA sees sharp fall in airline losses in 2022

Global airlines on Monday projected a sharp reduction in industry losses next year as a multispeed recovery from the coronavirus crisis gets under way,...

Emirates becomes first airline to implement IATA Travel Pass

Emirates is the first airline to implement the International Air Transport Association's (IATA) Travel Pass solution on six continents as it rolls out this...

dnata joins IATA’s gender diversity initiative

dnata has become the first global air and travel services provider to sign up to the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) 25by2025 initiative that...

Saudi Arabia to link smart health passport with IATA for int’l passengers

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia has decided to link health passports issued by the Tawakkalna application with the application of the International Air Transport Association (IATA)...

Saudi Arabia signs agreement to establish headquarters for IATA

President of Saudi Arabia's General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA), Abdulaziz bin Abdullah Al Duailej, and Vice President of the International Air Transport Association...

IATA to roll out Covid ‘travel pass’ in Mideast soon

Countries around the world are racing to adopt digital certificates in order to unlock an expected revival in international tourism after the coronavirus pandemic crippled the aviation industry for more than a year

Crisis deepens for airlines in January: IATA

IATA said that the crisis deepened for airlines in January, as international traffic plunged 86% in the month compared to pre-crisis levels

Global airline body IATA plans COVID-19 travel pass

IATA said on Wednesday that it was essential that governments start issuing their citizens with digital vaccination certificates which can then feed into its travel pass

Aviation bodies seek airport slots waiver for much of 2021

Global aviation heavyweights led by airline body IATA are pushing to suspend airport slot access rules until October 2021

Airlines need another $80 billion in aid to survive: IATA

IATA has predicted a painfully slow recovery with a return to pre-crisis traffic levels only in 2024 and passenger numbers still down 30% next year

IATA team completes operational safety audit of PIA, expresses ‘satisfaction’

The audit team will soon apprise PIA regarding its observations and results, said the spokesman of the national flag carrier.

IOSA team expresses satisfaction over operational safety report of PIA

According to the interim audit report, the national carrier's administration has completed 98.5 per cent parameters, whereas, the remaining part is due to be addressed.

IOSA team arriving in Pakistan on Sept 5 for safety audit of PIA

It will visit Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar, Multan and Islamabad airports

Airline revenues to nosedive by 55 pc in 2020: IATA

Airline passenger revenues are set to plunge by 55 percent, or $314 billion, in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the International Air Transport Association said Tuesday.

Airlines headed for ‘apocalypse’ without aid: IATA

The International Air Transport Association said its latest analysis showed that annual passenger revenues will fall by $252 billion if severe travel restrictions remain in place for three months.

Electronics ban on flights not a longterm solution: IATA boss

MONTREAL: British and US bans on laptops and tablet computers in the cabin of flights are not sustainable in the long term, the head...

Global air passengers to more than double in 20 years: IATA

BERLIN: The number of people travelling by plane each year is expected to more than double to 7.3 billion by 2034, the International Air Transport Association said on Thursday.