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Passengers want more control, less waiting—IATA survey

Passengers want more control, less waiting—IATA survey

Oct. 19 | Air passengers are looking to technology to improve their travel experience by giving them more control and reducing their wait times, according to the results of a global survey conducted by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). The IATA’s...

Air passenger volume grows but remains below trend, says IATA

Air passenger volume grows but remains below trend, says IATA

Oct. 16 | Global passenger demand showed a slight pickup in August 2019 year-on-year, but growth remains below the long-term trend, according to the latest data released by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). Air passenger traffic volume climbed...

ICAO, gov’ts agree to consider aviation emissions-reduction goal

ICAO, gov’ts agree to consider aviation emissions-reduction goal

Oct. 7 | Environment topped the agenda at a recent International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) assembly, where, for the first time, member states agreed to consider a long-term goal to reduce aviation emissions. This move by governments at the 40th Assembly...

Trade war heavily disrupting global air freight lanes—IATA

Trade war heavily disrupting global air freight lanes—IATA

Sep. 9 | Trade tensions are making a significant impact on the entire air cargo industry, with the poor performance of Asia-Pacific airlines a major contributor to the weak industry-wide performance, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA). Global...

Soft air passenger demand marks start of peak travel period

Soft air passenger demand marks start of peak travel period

Sep. 7 | Global passenger demand growth slowed in July, a soft start to the peak travel period, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA). Total revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs) rose 3.6% year-on-year, down from 5.1% annual growth recorded...

Carriers flew 7% more passengers in 2018; cargo growth was more modest, says IATA  

Carriers flew 7% more passengers in 2018; cargo growth was more modest, says IATA  

Aug. 5 | Airlines saw a nearly 7% increase in passengers carried in 2018, while air freight volumes grew more modestly in line with global trade volumes, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA) in its 2019 World Air Transport Statistics...

ACI, IATA, WWACG agree on new industry-wide governance on slot allocation

ACI, IATA, WWACG agree on new industry-wide governance on slot allocation

Jun. 9 | Three air transport organizations have signed a new industry-wide governance on slot allocation that will see airport operators, airlines, and slot coordinators jointly and equally determine the global guidelines for the allocation of airport slots. The...

Air freight demand up globally except for Asia

Air freight demand up globally except for Asia

May. 8 | Global air freight demand increased 0.1% in March 2019 year-on-year, with all regions posting growth except Asia-Pacific which contracted, according to data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA). While the slight global demand growth...

Air freight demand in Feb lowest in past 3 years—IATA

Air freight demand in Feb lowest in past 3 years—IATA

Apr. 6 | Global air freight demand decreased 4.7% in February 2019 compared to the same period in 2018, the fourth consecutive month of negative year-on-year growth and the worst performance in the last three years, according to data from the International Air...

Jan air freight down on weak global activity, export orders; passenger growth continues uptick

Jan air freight down on weak global activity, export orders; passenger growth continues uptick

Mar. 11 | Global air freight demand decreased 1.8% in January 2019 compared to the same period in 2018, the industry’s worst performance in the last three years, data released by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) showed. Freight capacity rose...