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With countries across Latin America in lockdown, flight activity plummets 93% and revenue losses are estimated at $18 billion
While governments are coming to the rescue of embattled airlines, the International Air Transport Association points out that $67 billion of the $123 billion committed so far would have to be repaid
The International Air Transport Association says airlines are working on developing procedures that would be safe and permit economically viable operations
'Eliminating the middle seat will raise costs. If that can be offset with higher fares, the era of affordable travel will come to an end,' warns the International Air Transport Association
'The industry is in free fall and we have not hit bottom,' warns the International Air Transport Association
The International Air Transport Association says the gap in cargo capacity 'must be addressed quickly because vital supplies must get to where they are needed most'
The International Air Transport Association expects airlines in the Middle East and North Africa to see their revenues slashed by $24.5 billion in 2020
The International Air Transport Association estimates that 25 million jobs are at stake worldwide
'Without urgent relief, many airlines will not survive to lead the economic recovery,' warns the International Air Transport Association
The slump in February 2020 reflects 'collapsing domestic travel in China and sharply falling international demand to or from and within the Asia-Pacific region'
The International Air Transport Association says 2020 revenues of Middle Eastern carriers are expected to drop by $19 billion or 39%
'Airlines are fighting for survival in every corner of the world,' says International Air Transport Association chief Alexandre de Juniac
The International Air Transport Association warns that 'airlines are fighting for survival' and 'millions of jobs are at stake'
The International Air Transport Association calls on governments to exclude air cargo from travel restrictions, saying that 'keeping cargo flowing will save lives'
The International Air Transport Association warns that airlines, already suffering from the impact of the coronavirus, would face even more financial woes
(UPDATED) The International Air Transport Association says the 'industry's prospects in much of the world have taken a dramatic turn for the worse'
(UPDATED) If the virus spreads more widely to Asia-Pacific markets, then the impact on airlines from other regions would be larger
The International Air Transport Association revises its 2019 collective net profit outlook down to $28 billion, as the US-China trade war escalates and costs go up
The International Air Transport Association pushes for new airports but cautions against privatized ones, saying they have 'not lived up to airline expectations'
The airline says it invested in safety technology, including a system that monitors runway conditions and a system that ensures pilots are fully alert
Will electric planes eventually gain ground in the highly competitive airline industry?
Philippine Airlines says the IATA Operational Safety Audit 'is recognized as the gold standard in airline safety assessments'
The 'skyrocketing' costs of expanding airport infrastructure must be controlled to keep flight tickets affordable, the boss of airline industry group IATA warns
The computer bans are looming large over the agenda as the International Air Transport Association IATA holds its annual meeting in the Mexican resort city
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They ve looked at so many proposals I think it is time to do something Let us make sure it a new international airport is just big enough says a regional director for the International Air Transport Association
The International Air Transport Association also urges Southeast Asian countries to invest in airports and air traffic control systems as passenger numbers rise
The airlines are operating safely but the issue is the government s ability to supervise them
Orders for new planes are affected as carriers profits go down and economic woes hound countries
The recent global stock market turmoil is also expected to take a toll on air travel particularly in business class where full service airlines earn most of their profits
Both airlines and travellers are benefiting from the drop in oil prices
All battery operated personal transportation devices will not be accepted for check in or hand carry starting December 21
Lower prices have created much more demand for air travel leading to congestion and more delays by product of the industry’s success So should we pity the airlines or are passenger complaints justified?
Limited investment in NAIA will have a detrimental impact on the airport’s ability to attract transfer traffic and the airport’s reputation in the region a report says
The partnership will further drive demand for tourist and business travel between the Philippines and Turkey
Passengers would have to present to airport security an image of their e ticket on their personal electronic devices such as smart phones tablets or laptops
The International Air Transport Association says safety in global aviation remains high as it seeks to improve in flight tracking after the disappearance of the MH370 in March
With projected revenues of 746 billion IATA says net margins will amount to only 2 4
The main purpose of this 70th annual meeting is to enable its 240 members to talk about business prospects for the sector
Languid global economic growth and freight capacity oversupply brought on by new deep bellied planes is hammering carriers with dedicated cargo businesses
IATA calls for uniform global measures by 2020 to curb all aircrafts carbon emissions
World airline traffic grew by 5 9 in June driven by strong demand from the Asia Pacific region and helped by a steadying of the business climate in the eurozone
Some say that Clark has potential to provide capacity relief But it is 100 kilometers away with very inconvenient surface transport links IATA director general Tony Tyler says