Latest IATA News

IATA Appoints Frederic Leger as SVP for Commercial Products & Services
Passenger Traffic Improved in November; Omicron Restrictions Likely to Affect Period Ahead
Supply Chain Disruptions Halve November Air Cargo Growth
Statement on Recent Comments Regarding Covid Risks During Air Travel
Statement on Announcement of New EU Slot Use Rules for Summer 2022
IATA Teams with AACA, INACA to Support Safety in Alaska and Indonesia
Italian National Airspace Strategy Marks Successes, Tackles New Challenges
Government Response to Omicron Threatens Emerging Recovery
Air Cargo Demand Up 9.4% in October
Statement on New Covid B 1.1.529 Variant
Twelve-month EU COVID Certificate to Protect Recovery in Travel & Tourism
Statement on Proposed Charges Increase in Poland
Keys to Safely Restoring Global Mobility: Simplicity, Predictability, Practicality
Digital identity and biometrics: When your face reveals your vaccination status
Ground Handling Priorities Post Pandemic: Tackling Labor Shortages, Safety, Modernization
IATA Appoints Chief Economist
Passengers Want to Use Biometrics to Speed up Processes and Eliminate Queuing Post Pandemic
International Aviation Climate Ambition Reflects Airlines’ Net-Zero Goal
Virgin Australia COMMITS to Net zero emissions by 2050
Moderate Rebound in September Passenger Demand
Air Cargo, up 9.1% in September, Capacity Remains Constrained
Schiphol Airport Charges Increase Comments
Response to changes for UK’s Air Passenger Duty
Ready for take-off: qantas gears up to welcome customers back to international travel
States Must Deliver on Commitments to Restore Global Connectivity
IATA Announces Winner of 2021 FACE-UP Competition
IATA Adds ‘Quote and Book’ Function to IATA Net Rates – IAG Cargo First to Integrate Solution
Statement on KFTC Recommendation
IATA Legal Challenge to Urgently Halt Dutch Slot Rule
Simple Testing, Affordability and Sustainability Keys to Restoring UK Aviation
IATA Launches CEIV Lithium Battery
Key to Air Cargo Resilience Post Pandemic: Cooperation, Safety, Sustainability, Modernization
Six More Airlines Implement IATA Travel Pass
Frustration with Travel Restrictions Grows
Outrageous: Infrastructure Costs Increasing $2.3 Billion in Crisis
IATA Leadership Developments
Net-Zero Carbon Emissions by 2050
Re-open Borders with Simplified Risk Management
Losses Reduce but Challenges Continue – Cumulative $201 Billion Losses for 2020-2022
Air New Zealand to introduce ‘no jab, no fly’ for international travellers
National Cabinet Statement 1 October
Statement on Australia’s Announcement on Reopening of Borders
Governments’ Response to Delta Variant Slams August Domestic Traffic Demand
IATA Proposes Three Interventions To Rebuild South Africa’s Tourism Industry & Create Jobs
Air Cargo Up 7.7% in August Versus Pre-COVID Levels; Capacity Lagging Demand
IATA urges Kenyan Government to Reduce PCR Test Fees to Boost Air Travel, Economic Recovery
IATA Announces Speakers, Agenda for World Air Transport Summit in Boston
IATA Urges Ethiopian Government to Maintain Support for Aviation