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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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After Challenging Year For Aviation, Improvement Expected For 2020: IATA

The net profit margin is forecast at 3.4 per cent, up from 3.1 per cent for 2019, and overall industry revenues are forecast to reach 872 billion dollars.

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Moderate Slowdown In Passenger Demand Growth: IATA

This was a modest slowdown from 3.9 per cent growth recorded in September, owing to softer traffic performance in domestic markets.

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Indigo And Qatar Airways Announce Codeshare Agreement To Strengthen Connectivity Between India And Qatar

The airlines have signed a one-way codeshare agreement where-in Qatar Airways will place its code on IndiGo flights between Doha and Delhi, Mumbai and Hyderabad

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Indigo Becomes Member Of Global Airlines Body IATA

The announcement came after IndiGo's expansion of international flight operations this year.

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Air Passengers Want To Use Personal Device To Control More Aspects Of Journey: IATA

Most passengers (72 per cent) also wanted to be kept informed throughout their journey via travel notifications sent to their personal devices.

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Technology To Drive Advances In Passenger Experience And Infrastructure: IATA

IATA's One ID initiative is helping the industry to transition towards a day when passengers can move from the curb to gate using a single biometric travel token such as a face, fingerprint or iris scan.

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We'll Keep Your Bags On Track

While the immediate focus is on implementing Resolution 753, the bag tracking data generated and collected under the Resolution will give the air transport industry a rich stream of data.

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Global Airlines Making Profits Despite High Fuel Cost: IATA

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) expects the airlines to achieve a collective net profit of $33.8 billion, at a net margin of 4.1 per cent, in 2018 compared to a record $38 billion last year

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Tourism: Flying High

Travel and hotel aggretators are in for a windfall this summer as there is no stopping the Indian tourist

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Lufthansa's Wolfgang Will On Why The Airline Is 'More Indian Than You Think'

The airline is looking to expand in India and has replaced the smaller aircrafts with the bigger fleet of Airbus 350, and has also started a few new routes from Delhi to Frankfurt and Mumbai to Brussels

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Aviation Accident Rate Fell In 2016, Says IATA

The global aviation accident rate has shown a decline at one accident for every 2.56 million flights in 2016 compared to the 2011-15 average, as about four billion people safely flew on 40.4 million flights last year, the IATA has said

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Swiss Earns IATA Fast Travel Platinum Award

Swiss CEO Thomas Klühr accepted the prestigious distinction from IATA in a ceremony at Swiss's Kloten headquarters

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Govt May Drop Plan To Impose 2 Per Cent Levy On Air Tickets

The government in the revised draft policy, unveiled on October 30 last, had proposed a 2 per cent levy on all airfares to mop up funds for its regional connectivity scheme

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Govt May Drop Plan To Impose 2% Levy On Air Tickets

The Government in the revised draft policy, unveiled on October 30 last, had proposed 2 per cent levy on all airfares to mop up funds for its regional connectivity scheme.

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