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Volumes down, down

INTERNATIONAL airfreight volumes have fallen by 3.8 per cent in August (year-on-year), following a 1.8 per cent dip in July. North American carriers reported a seven per cent fall in cargo volume for August (compared with the previous year), followed by carriers in Asia-Pacific down 5.4 per cent and...

October 25th, 2011 | Default, IATA | Read More

IATA Pushing to adopt Checkpoint of the Future (CoF)

THE International Air Transport Association (IATA) is pushing governments and other aviation stakeholders to adopt Checkpoint of the Future (CoF), a supply chain approach to cargo security, harmonisation of measures among governments and constant vigilance about new threats. “Today’s security...

October 25th, 2011 | Default, IATA | Read More

Operating profit down 43%

For the first time in eight quarters, airline profits have declined, with the exception of Europe, IATA said. The world’s airlines posted a cumulative second-quarter net profit of US$2.32 billion, down 40 per cent from $3.71 billion in the year-ago period. Notably, for the second quarter Asia/Pacific...

October 25th, 2011 | Default, IATA | Read More

Oman Air Ranked Top for On-Time Performance At Heathrow

Oman Air has been ranked top for on-time performance at London Heathrow for the third time in six mionths with 100% of its flights taking off on schedule, according to a new release by the British Airport Authority for the month July 2011. Oman Air has consistently been ranked for on-time performance...

September 21st, 2011 | Default, IATA | Read More

India clinches highest air passenger growth

India recorded the highest domestic passenger growth this July at over 20 % followed by Brazil at about 18 %, though the growth was slower for international air traffic. “Brazil and India recorded the highest growth rates of 17.8 % and 20.6 % respectively. Both were stronger than June’s performance,”...

September 21st, 2011 | Default, IATA | Read More

IATA Authorised Training Centres’ (ATCs) workshop & sessions at Cochin

A national meeting of IATA authorised training centres was held on March5&6,2009, at Hotel Taj Malabar,Cochin.The team led by Guido Gianasso was consisted of a professional group of ten IATA executives from Geneva, Montreal,Switzerland and India,including Adelia Candido,Eve Marie, Karren, InnaPopova,...

April 20th, 2010 | IATA | Read More
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