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News & articles from International Airport Review covering The International Air Transport Association (IATA), the trade association for the world’s airlines
The International Air Transport Association has launched a new methodology which accurately calculates the CO2 emissions per passenger for a specific flight.
Latest International Air Transport Association data highlights that the global air cargo markets experienced a slower growth in January 2022 due to supply chain disruptions and capacity constraints.
Queen Alia International Airport looks back over its achievements from 2021.
International Airport Review Editor, Holly Miles, spoke with Dmitry Martynenko, Commercial Director at Air Marakanda – the operator of Samarkand International Airport. Together they discussed the redevelopment and construction of the new airport and its commitments to help ensure a brand-new future for Uzbekistan’s tourism.
The U.S. government has been advised by the International Air Transport Association, Airlines for America, and key stakeholders to lift the pre-departure testing requirement for fully vaccinated passengers.
The International Civil Aviation Organization has released its first Health Master List, a global directory of public keys required for authentication of health credentials.
European governments have been urged to lift all travel restrictions for fully vaccinated individuals by both Airports Council International Europe and the International Air Transport Association.
According to the International Air Transport Association, global passenger traffic results for 2021 fell by 58.4 per cent compared to 2019, but showed significant improvement compared to 2020 figures.
Before 2015, there was very little awareness of wildlife trafficking via air among the aviation industry, but the formation of the USAID Reducing Opportunities for Unlawful Transport of Endangered Species (ROUTES) Partnership catalysed a global response. At the end of six years of the Partnership, ROUTES reflects upon its impact…
According to the International Air Transport Association, global passenger traffic improved in November 2021, however Omicron restrictions are likely to impact air travel in the coming months.
Latest International Air Transport Association data shows that global air cargo markets halved in November 2021 due to supply chain disruptions.