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IATA: Passenger Numbers Hitting 8.2 Billion by 2037

    IATA: Passenger Numbers Hitting 8.2 Billion by 2037

LONDON – The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is forecasting up to 8.2 billion passengers will be handled per year by 2037. According to an update in the organization’s 20-Year Air

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IATA Warns UK Over Financing of Heathrow Expansion

    IATA Warns UK Over Financing of Heathrow Expansion

LONDON — The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has warned the UK over the financing of expansion at London Heathrow. IATA’s Rafael Schvartzman, who is the Regional Vice President for Europe

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Cobalt Air Joins IATA

    Cobalt Air Joins IATA

MIAMI — Cobalt Air received its International Air Transport Association (IATA) member certificate during a ceremony held at Larnaca Airport. With this announcement, the carrier becomes the only Cyprus-registered airline

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IATA Shuts Down Venezuelan Offices, Situation Worsens

    IATA Shuts Down Venezuelan Offices, Situation Worsens

MIAMI — The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced through an internal letter that it has decided to leave Venezuela effective on January 31, 2018. According to the letter, all

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IATA: Another Strong Year for Air Travel Demand in 2016

    IATA: Another Strong Year for Air Travel Demand in 2016

MIAMI — The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced full-year global passenger traffic results for 2016, showing a 6.3 percent

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IATA Seeks Antitrust Immunity to Address Blocked Funds in Venezuela

    IATA Seeks Antitrust Immunity to Address Blocked Funds in Venezuela

MIAMI — The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced that it filed a request for antitrust immunity with the U.S.

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Alexandre de Juniac Takes IATA Helm

    Alexandre de Juniac Takes IATA Helm

MIAMI – Alexandre de Juniac has become the new director general of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), succeeding Tony

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Bombardier CSeries Debuts in Dublin at the 72nd IATA AGM

    Bombardier CSeries Debuts in Dublin at the 72nd IATA AGM

DUBLIN — A Bombardier CSeries CS100 branded in the livery of SWISS, the launch operator of the jetliner, was presented

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What’s Next for Aviation in Venezuela?

    What’s Next for Aviation in Venezuela?

MIAMI — This week, LATAM Airlines and Lufthansa have joined the list of airlines that have opted to cut service

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IATA Annual General Assembly 2016: Roundup

    IATA Annual General Assembly 2016: Roundup

DUBLIN — The international aviation community gathered once again to discuss its state of affairs and plan for the future

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