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IATA, ACI Again Clash Over Airport Charges

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ACI World director general Luis Felipe de Oliveira has hit back at claims made by IATA director general Willie Walsh that many airports are...

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Blocked Airline Funds Risks Damaging African Connectivity

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About $1 billion of foreign currency funds is being blocked by governments in Africa, according to IATA estimates.

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Global City Pairs And Passenger Traffic Climb Higher As Recovery Accelerates

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IATA Director-General Willie Walsh said he is “very positive” about the recovery, with the number of airport pairs connected by direct air service...

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IATA Aims To Provide Industry Standard For CO2 Emission Calculations

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IATA says the online tool will allow travelers to choose the most sustainable route.

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Key quotes: Routes Europe 2022

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We round up some of the key quotes from the conference programme of Routes Europe 2022.

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Fit For 55 Risks Damaging European Connectivity—IATA

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IATA's Rafael Schvartzman warns that EU measures will damage the competitiveness of European carriers if they are adopted in their current form.

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IATA DG Walsh: Full Network Restoration Years Away

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Asia is lagging the recovery from COVID-19, complicating airline network restoration efforts.

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Routes In Brief: Rolling Daily Updates (W/C Feb. 28)

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Routes details the latest new route announcements, as well as the services returning to carriers’ networks.

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Short-Term Network Planning ‘The New Normal’

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The days of long-term relationships between airports and airlines are unlikely to return in the immediate future, according to IATA’s Regional VP...

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PRESS RELEASE: Aviation industry unites in San Antonio to accelerate regional air connectivity

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Routes Americas 2022 will facilitate collaboration between key aviation stakeholders.

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