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IATA says global air traffic rebound won’t happen until 2024 as...

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) said Tuesday (28 July) that its latest  passenger forecast shows global passenger traffic (revenue passenger kilometres or RPKs)...

AAPA issues call to lift COVID-19 quarantines

The director general of the Association of Asia-Pacific Airlines (AAPA) issued a statement Thursday (23 July) urging governments around the region “to ease unduly...

IATA lays out quarantine alternatives

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) urged governments in its weekly media call on Wednesday (24 June) to avoid quarantine measures when re-opening their...

ICAO begins global roll-out of COVID-19 response and recovery guidelines

The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) said on 12 June it has completed its third regional roll-out session to national heads of civil aviation...

UPDATED: IATA says 2020 losses will be biggest in aviation history...

The world’s leading trade group for the airline industry said Tuesday (9 June) that global airlines will lose more money than ever before because...

UPDATED: COVID-19-IATA says April may have been bottom of global passenger...

The world's main trade group for the airline industry, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said on its weekly media call on Wednesday (3...

COVID-19: IATA warns global airline debt levels will stall recovery and...

The main trade group for the world’s airlines, the International Air Transport Association (IATA), said on its weekly media call Tuesday (26 May) that...

UPDATED-COVID-19: IATA chief opposes quarantine measures, says refund demands will destroy...

The head of the main trade association for the world’s airlines said in the group’s now weekly media call that it opposes government quarantines...