International Air Transport Association (IATA)

By Alan Dron Nov 20, 2023
Saudi Arabia has introduced and strengthened air passengers’ consumer rights, with regulations coming into force Nov. 20.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Adrian Schofield Nov 16, 2023
The slow rebound in travel from mainland China has prompted some carriers to focus elsewhere.
Airlines & Lessors

By Aaron Karp Nov 15, 2023
In dueling Nov. 14 statements, ACI Europe and IATA offer a different portrait of the European commercial aviation market’s post-pandemic status.
Airports & Networks

By Lori Ranson Nov 14, 2023
The decision not to institute the first phase of cuts appears to have been driven by pressure from the U.S. government and the European Union.
Airports & Networks

By Jens Flottau Nov 06, 2023
Bookings collapse as, security considerations affect operations. Many airlines in the Middle East have to adapt to new realities, again.
Dubai Airshow

By Karen Walker Oct 27, 2023
It is estimated there are some 1.3 billion people in the world with special assistance requirements, it was stated during the IATA conference.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Karen Walker Oct 27, 2023
IATA Madrid conference focused on actions and urgency to grow SAF supply.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Karen Walker Oct 26, 2023
IATA's latest World Passenger Survey shows customers want improvements in baggage handling.
Airports & Networks

By Chen Chuanren Oct 23, 2023
ANSPs from China, Indonesia, Japan, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and the U.S. signed the APAC TBO Pathfinder Project agreement.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Tom Pleasant Oct 12, 2023
The aviation industry is investing heavily in sustainable aviation fuel, but will its use cause headaches for MRO providers?
Emerging Technologies

By Karen Walker Oct 05, 2023
Tune in as IATA's Chief Economist Marie Owens Thomsen discusses key talking points at the first IATA World Sustainability Symposium in Madrid.
Window Seat Podcast

Oct 05, 2023
The global average jet fuel price fell just 0.3% last week to $131.02/bbl, compared to $131.37/bbl the week prior.
AWIN Knowledge Center

Sep 27, 2023
Everything’s the same, except what’s different.
Airports & Networks

By Chen Chuanren Sep 19, 2023
The aim of IATA's inaugural World Safety and Operations Conference is to promote best practices and improve understanding of the IATA Operational Safety Audit.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Helen Massy-Beresford Sep 18, 2023
With fewer slots available next summer at Amsterdam’s airport, the Netherlands’ plan to cap flight capacity to limit noise is starting to become a reality.
Sustainable Aviation Fuel

By Helen Massy-Beresford Sep 14, 2023
IATA says a planned reduction in slots at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol for summer 2024 confirms its “worst fears."
Airlines & Lessors

By Tom Pleasant Sep 13, 2023
What is the outlook for passenger-to-freighter conversions in the Asia-Pacific, given signs of the market cooling?
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Aaron Karp Sep 12, 2023
Menzies Aviation says it is working toward achieving the IATA Safety Audit for Ground Operations certification or re-certification at 16 African airports.
Airports & Networks

By Adrian Schofield Sep 07, 2023
While international capacity is rising, it still has not caught up with other global regions.
Airports & Networks

By Alex Derber Sep 06, 2023
Russian airlines have looked to source parts from countries not signed up to international sanctions.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Mark Nensel Sep 01, 2023
The Dutch government's proposal pares Amsterdam Schiphol flight movements per year to 452,500, down 10.5% from the current 500,000 cap.
Airports & Networks

By Christine Boynton Aug 31, 2023
In a joint statement, the three organizations condemn the proposed cuts under the country’s caretaker government.
Airports & Networks

By Lori Ranson Aug 30, 2023
IATA is urging Mexico’s government to engage with the industry prior to unilaterally deciding to further reduce capacity at Mexico City International (MEX).
Airports & Networks

By Helen Massy-Beresford Aug 29, 2023
"I fear we will see a continuing failure to improve the reliability, cost efficiency, and environmental performance of air traffic control," IATA's Willie Walsh said.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Karen Walker Aug 24, 2023
Airlines are fed up with suppliers that don’t deliver.
Airlines & Lessors