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Latest Articles in International Air Transport Association IATA

ACI, IATA Call For Urgent Industry-Wide Support To Underpin Recovery

The Air Transport Action Group (ATAG) estimates that 46 million jobs are at risk because of the loss of connectivity caused by the COVID-19 crisis.

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Global Airline Industry Drains USD 77 Billion Cash In H2 2020: IATA

IATA estimates that despite cutting costs just over 50 per cent during the second quarter, the industry went through 51 billion dollars in cash as revenues fell almost 80 per cent compared to the year-ago period.

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Global Air Passenger Traffic To Dip By 66 Pc This Year: IATA

Domestic markets continued to outperform international markets in terms of recovery although most remained substantially down on a year ago.

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IATA, UNOCT To Cooperate On Countering Terrorist Travel

This memorandum of understanding is a milestone not only for the CT Travel Programme but for UNOCT as a whole as this is the first agreement we have concluded with representatives of the private sector

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IATA health checklist to help airlines implement ICAO Covid-19 guidance

IATA health checklist to help airlines implement ICAO Covid-19 guidance

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Air Passenger Demand Plunges On COVID-19 Travel Restrictions

Europe and the Middle East were the only regions to see a year-over-year traffic rise. Capacity fell 5 per cent and load factor plunged 4.2 percentage points to 75.3 per cent.

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Global aviation clocks slower but steady passenger growth in 2019: IATA

This reflected the impact of the US-China trade war as well as weakening business confidence and economic activity. Capacity rose 4.1 per cent and load factor ticked up 0.3 percentage point to 80.9 per cent.

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Carbon Emissions Per Passenger Decrease More Than 50% Since 1990

"Cutting per passenger emissions in half is an amazing achievement of the technical expertise and innovation in the aviation industry," said IATA's Director General and CEO Alexandre de Juniac.

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