IATA encourages aviation stakeholders to continue to be guided by the Chicago Convention in regard to facing challenges today and in the future.
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In December 2018, Delta – in partnership with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and the Transportation Security Administration – unveiled the first biometric terminal in the United States. In a growing world that’s getting increasingly complicated, airports and airlines are turning to technology to streamline…
Alexandre de Juniac, Director General and CEO of IATA, discusses how improvement and investment in two integral areas of the aviation sector is essential if the industry is to remain successful in the future.
5 April 2019 | By NEXTT Vision (IATA & ACI)
NEXTT (New Experience Travel Technologies) reimagines on-ground and airport experiences; in particular the emerging technologies and digital transformation this involves. ACI and IATA’s jointly published NEXTT visions have attracted industry-wide agreement on the ‘what’. So, the subsequent questions become ‘why’ and ‘how’. In presenting updates on the NEXTT initiative, including…
19 September 2018 | By NEXTT Vision (IATA & ACI)
In the concluding part of the NEXTT Emerging Themes webinar series we considered what data is available and how it can be shared to benefit passengers, enable greater operational responsiveness and improve security.
31 August 2018 | By NEXTT Vision (IATA & ACI)
The first in the NEXTT Emerging Themes series focused on how innovation in processes can change the way we view travel - moving processes off-airport to free up space and increase convenience for both passengers and cargo shippers.
The ‘One Too Many’ campaign is the first-of-its-kind to bring the main Aviation Industry partners together to raise awareness of the need to fly responsibly
IATA has announced that poor investment in air traffic control could bring delays to travellers in the summer holiday season.
The third runway has finally been given the initial go-ahead from Parliament, but the Government and Heathrow have been warned against passengers and airlines footing the bill.
According to IATA, the MoU paves the way for further development in African aviation, an industry which supports 6.8 million jobs and generates $72.5 billion of economic activity on the continent.