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Supply chain issues hit air cargo demand in November 2021

Supply chain disruption unexpectedly knocked air cargo demand growth in November 2021, according to the latest IATA figures ...


2022 prospects: Will North America lead the aviation industry?

IATA shares promising trends for the recovery of aviation industry in 2022...


Ethiopian Airlines receives IATA's CEIV Pharmaceutical certification

Ethiopian Airlines is the first African airline to receive IATA’s CEIV Pharmaceutical certification as an airline and ground handler....


Countries must immediately rescind travel bans, says IATA

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) says that nations must rescind travel bans that were introduced in response to the Omicron variant....


IATA reveal post-COVID-19 priorities for ground handling operations

IATA reveals post-COVID-19 ground handling priorities and strategies at the IATA Ground Handling Conference in Prague   ...


How global airlines plan to achieve net zero emissions by 2050 ‌ ‌

Global airlines have agreed a target to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050, which they admit will be a huge challenge  ...


Airline industry net losses to top $200 billion during pandemic

The airline industry is set to rack up net losses of over $200 billion as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, IATA estimates....


Air cargo demand still above pre-pandemic levels in August 2021

Air cargo demand remained strong in August, though growth in capacity dropped for the first time since January 2021...


Emirates to implement digital health pass across 120 destinations

Emirates plans to implement the digital IATA Travel Pass across its whole network by October 2021.  ...


Air cargo growth to continue into year-end peak: IATA

IATA expects the strong growth seen in air cargo to continue in the peak freight period at the end of the year, though warns of risks from new COVID outbreaks  ...