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- 121. IATA welcomes UN Guidelines on Emissions Trading
IATA welcomes UN Guidelines on Emissions Trading. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) welcomed the successful conclusion of a landmark two-week-long meeting of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)ís Committee on Aviation Environmental Protection (CAEP). Most significantly, CAEP produced international consensus on guidance for states planning to incorp
- 122. IATA to Open Office in Lagos
IATA to Open Office in Lagos. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Government of Nigeria to facilitate the opening of the Associationís first office in the nationís largest city, Lagos.
- 123. Brussels Airport to Become Europeís First CEIV Pharma Certified Community
IATA has welcomed the decision of Brussels Airport to become the first European hub for pharmaceutical freight using IATAís global certification program for shipping cold-chain pharmaceuticals. The IATA Center of Excellence for Independent Validators (CEIV Pharma) is a standardized global certification program that trains and conducts onsite assessments to provide the expertise nee
- 124. IATA Reports August 2010 Airline Traffic
IATA Reports August 2010 Airline Traffic. International scheduled traffic results of IATA members in August 2010 indicate year-on-year increases of a 6.4% for passenger and 19.6% for cargo. August demand is down from the 9.5% (revised) increase recorded for passenger and 23% growth in cargo recorded in July. The August 2010 data is
- 125. IATA predicts Airline Passenger Numbers to reach 2.75 billion by 2011
IATA predicts Airline Passenger Numbers to reach 2.75 billion by 2011. IATA recently released passenger and freight traffic forecasts projecting that in 2011 the air transport industry will handle 2.75 billion passengers (620 million more passengers than in 2006) and 36 million tonnes of international freight (7.5 million tonnes more than in 2006).
- 126. IATA Reports 2010 Airline Statistics
IATA Reports 2010 Airline Statistics. IATA's full-year 2010 demand statistics for international scheduled air traffic show an 8.2% increase in the passenger business and a 20.6% increase in freight. Demand growth outstripped capacity increases of 4.4% for passenger and 8.9% for cargo. Average passenger load factor for the year was 78.4% which is a 2.7 percentage point improvement o
- 127. IATA Reports January 2010 Traffic
IATA Reports January 2010 Traffic. IATAís January 2010 statistics for international scheduled air traffic show continuing improvement. Compared to the previous year, January passenger demand was up 6.4%. Against this improving demand, a 1.2% increase in passenger capacity in January pushed load factors to 75.9% (up from the 72.2% recorded for January 2009).
- 128. IATA: UK Policies Will Destroy Proud Legacy of British Aviation
IATA: UK Policies Will Destroy Proud Legacy of British Aviation. IATA has called on the British government to improve its global competitiveness in air transport by taking a global approach to aviation and climate change, reducing taxes, changing the economic regulatory structure for airports, and developing what it calls a proper strategy to safeguard the economic benefits of avia
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