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IATA prioritises RFID for baggage tracking across the industry

ON-DEMAND | By International Air Transport Association (IATA)

This webinar was an introduction to the IATA RFID priority, including RFID benefits, the IATA RFID roadmap and the IATA standard for RFID. It covered why IATA decided to move forward with RFID as the best mechanism for airlines to adopt Resolution 753 on baggage tracking and for the industry…


An interview with Paul Behan, Programme Manager, Fast Travel programmes, IATA

3 December 2008 | By Paul Behan, Programme Manager, Fast Travel programmes, IATA

Following the success of electronic ticketing, the IATA Board of Governors has asked IATA to look at other elements of the passenger journey, in order to offer a self service option for passengers to choose. IATA went out to passengers through their Corporate Air Travel Survey (CATS) and independently surveyed…


IATA – a training strategy for airports

28 March 2008 | By Professor Paul Clark, Director – IATA Training and Development Institute

Many people believe that IATA, as the representative of the airline industry, has an exclusive focus on airlines. This could not be further from the truth. IATA’s contribution embraces all key sectors of the industry, especially airports. A key IATA commercial objective is to provide integrated solutions to member airlines,…


IATA’s keeping baggage on track

16 October 2015 | By

In June 2013, there were several new resolutions for baggage that appeared in the IATA Passenger Services Conference Resolution Manual. One is a brief text that describes baggage tracking, but it is set to make big changes in the industry. Resolution 753 packs a lot into a small space. The…


IATA’s Safety Audit for Ground Operations (ISAGO)

30 September 2008 | By Mike O'Brien, Director Programme Implementation/Auditing, International Air Transport Association (IATA)

IATA’s Safety Audit for Ground Operations (ISAGO) is now operational. The first 10 audits are now completed and 50 plus more are in the pipeline to end 2008. It is clear that IATA have created something that the industry needs and values.


IATA One ID: A deep dive into the interoperability challenge

19 November 2020 | By

On 25 November 2020, the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) webinar, hosted by International Airport Review, will go through the main data privacy challenges and how they could be addressed within the One ID Ecosystem and supporting standards. Kelly-Anne Frenette, IATA’s Senior Manager of the Passenger Process for the One…