International Air Transport Association (IATA) logo

International Air Transport Association (IATA)

  • Type: Association

News

Airlines, Airports Praise EU Slot Threshold Rise

Posted

The European Commission will require airlines to use-or-lose more EU airport slots in the 2022 summer. 

Read more

IATA: Airline Recovery Remains Uneven 

Posted

Domestic flying in October greatly outpaced international operations. 

Read more

IATA, ICAO Urge Caution on Border Restrictions For Air Passengers

Posted

ICAO calls for a “more measured” response by governments to the omicron variant of COVID-19.

Read more

New Approach To Airport Charges Needed—ACI World

Posted

A report from the trade body says the current framework for airport charges is 'no longer appropriate' for today’s industry.

Read more

Arab Air Carriers Association: Middle East Recovery To Be Slow

Posted

At the association's AGM in Doha, Arab airlines offered a pessimistic forecast.

Read more

Video: ACI World director general

Posted

Luis Felipe de Oliveira, director general, ACI World

Read more

Airports Must Increase Charges To Stay Viable–Lammers

Posted

ACI Europe President Jost Lammers says airports will not be used as an “instrument of subsidization” for airlines.

Read more

Heathrow Gets Green Light To Raise Charges; Airlines React Angrily

Posted

The UK Civil Aviation Authority will allow London Heathrow to raise passenger charges—but not as much as the airport had hoped for. The proposed...

Read more

IATA Position On Airport Charges ‘Not Proactive’

Posted

Head of ACI World calls for unity after criticism from Willie Walsh on rising airport fees.

Read more

Singapore Sets Up Vaccinated Travel Lanes With Nine Countries

Posted

The Singapore Airlines website crashed shortly after the government announcement as passengers rushed to book flights.

Read more