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- 57. IATA Moves June AGM from Egypt to Singapore
IATA AGM Moves from Egypt to Singapore. IATA has confirmed it will hold its 67th Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Singapore from 5-7 June 2011. The AGM attracts about 800 delegates, including some 150-200 CEOs from airlines, manufacturers, airports and other industry partners.
- 58. IATA World Cargo Symposium Opens in Mexico City
IATA World Cargo Symposium Opens in Mexico City. Giovanni Bisignani, Director General of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) opened the World Cargo Symposium by laying down three challenges for the industry and governments: (1) to implement e-freight by 2010, (2) to harmonise risk-based security measures globally and (3) to take a balanced and realistic approach to t
- 59. FedExís Bronczek is New IATA Chairman; Hartman to Follow in 2011
FedExís Bronczek is New IATA Chairman; Hartman to Follow in 2011. FedEx Express President and CEO David Bronczek has started a one-year term as the Chairman of the IATA Board of Governors. Bronczek succeeds Tony Tyler, CEO of Cathay Pacific Airways, who served as Chairman from June 2009.
- 60. Aviation: IATA Calls for Urgent Financial Relief from European Governments
IATA has called for urgent action from European governments to provide financial relief to airlines. The latest IATA scenario for potential revenue loss by European carriers is US$76 billion and RPK (passenger demand measured in Revenue Passenger Kilometers) is projected to be 46% below 2019 levels.
- 61. IATA Launches 25by2025 Initiative to Advance Gender Diversity in the Airline Industry
IATA has launched 25by2025, an initiative to advance gender diversity in the airline industry by 2025. The 25by2025 Campaign is a voluntary commitment by participating IATA member airlines. Key among the commitments of airlines participating in the 25by2025 Campaign are:
- 62. Star Alliance Renews Agreement with IATA on Timatic AutoCheck Solution
Star Alliance has renewed its collaboration with IATA on traveller document verification. The two organisations signed an agreement in Seoul confirming that IATAís Timatic AutoCheck solution will continue to power Automated Document Check (ADC) for Star Alliance member carriers.
- 63. Managing Cargo in Crisis - IATA Calls for Supply Chain Approach
Managing Cargo in Crisis - IATA Calls for a Supply Chain Approach. IATA has called on the cargo supply chain to battle the current air cargo crisis by improving security, delivering a better product and boosting efficiency.
- 64. Cautious Response from IATA to EU Airports Package
IATA has reacted cautiously to the publication of the European Commissionís Airport Package of legislation which is aimed at addressing the critical issues of European airport capacity and competitiveness. Cautious Response from IATA to EU Airports Package.
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