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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  ...


How has the airline industry survived 2020?

IATA released airline industry statistics for 2020. Let’s take a look at how the airline industry survived one of the most difficult periods in its history....


IATA challenges EU climate deal following ambitious airlines fuel tax proposal

IATA has challenged the European Union’s ‘Fit for 55’ proposal deeming it “counter-productive to the goal of sustainable aviation.”...


COVID tests: stuck between high airfares & frauds

Concerns raised over high PCR testing fees, hiked airfares and a possible increase in fraudulent COVID-19 results....


IATA’s Willie Walsh deplores COVID-19 test profiteering

IATA’s newly appointed director Willie Walsh called for a cheaper, more streamlined passenger experience to support travel recovery....


IATA sees no sign of recovery, as air travel numbers plunge

IATA noted a continuous trend of negative air travel demand in February 2021....


Air New Zealand to test IATA travel pass on Auckland-Sydney route

Air New Zealand announced that it would test IATA’s travel pass on Auckland-Sydney route....


Etihad and Emirates to launch digital IATA travel pass

Etihad Airways and Emirates airline plan to launch the digital IATA Travel Pass....


ANA makes first Japanese airline to join IATA’s diversity program

Japan’s largest air carrier All Nippon Airlines joins the 25by2025 diversity program by the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA)....


Middle East airlines prospects in 2021 by IATA

IATA estimates the demand in the Middle East to pick up by 43% in 2021. However, airlines from the region are still likely to suffer billions-reaching losses....