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- 129. IATA labels Belgian and Irish Departure Tax Proposals 'Collective Madness'
IATA labels Belgian and Irish Departure Tax Proposals 'Collective Madness'. IATA has criticised budget plans in Belgium and Ireland, saying they mimic British and Dutch departure taxes and labelling them as collective madness.
- 130. IATA releases results of Corporate Air Travel Survey
IATA releases results of Corporate Air Travel Survey. IATA has released results from its annual Corporate Air Travel Survey of over 10,000 active travellers, which shows that not only are passengers accepting high-tech travel options, but also they are demanding even more opportunities to take control of their travel experience.
- 131. Solomon Airlines Earns Second IATA IOSA Certification
Marking yet another major benchmark in its 53-year history Solomon Airlines has been awarded with its second IATA Operational Safety Audit Certification (IOSA). IOSA is an international flight safety standard and a mandatory requirement of International Air Transport Association (IATA) membership.
- 132. IATA Reports July 2010 Traffic
IATA Reports July 2010 Traffic. According to IATA, international scheduled traffic statistics for July 2010 show a continued strengthening of demand for both passenger and cargo traffic. Compared to July 2009, international passenger demand was up 9.2% while international scheduled freight traffic showed a 22.7% improvement.
- 133. IATA Reports Airline Passenger and Cargo Traffic for May 2009
IATA Reports Airline Passenger and Cargo Traffic for May 2009. International scheduled traffic results compiled by IATA for May 2009 show passenger demand declining 9.3% compared to the same month in the previous year, while freight demand was down by 17.4%. International passenger load factors stood at 71.2%, down from 74.5% recorded in May 2008.
- 134. IATA Reports September 2010 Traffic
IATA Reports September 2010 Traffic. IATA has released the international traffic results for September 2010, that show international passenger traffic had a 10.5% year-on-year increase which is significantly stronger than the 6.5% rise recorded for August. International freight traffic recorded a 14.8% year-on-year increase, which is significantly weaker than the 19% rise recorded
- 135. IATA Reports International Airline Traffic Data for April 2009
IATA Reports International Airline Traffic Data for April 2009. IATA has released international traffic data for April 2009 that shows a 3.1% decline in passenger demand and a mammoth 21.7% fall in cargo demand compared to April 2008. The average passenger load factor for the month stood at 74.4%.
- 136. IATA Reports Airline Traffic from February 2011
IATA Reports Airline Traffic from February 2011. Scheduled international traffic for February 2011 increased 6% and 2.3% respectively for passenger and cargo demand compared to February 2010 according to data from IATA. February demand growth was down significantly from the revised 8.4% and 8.7% expansion recorded in January for passenger and cargo traffic respectively. The politic
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