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- 65. TAP launches IATA’s Carbon Offset Program
TAP launches IATA’s Carbon Offset Program. TAP is the launch airline for the IATA-administered and ready-made tool that enables airlines to offer their passengers the ability to compensate for their carbon emissions with contributions towards carbon reduction projects in developing countries.
- 66. IATA Appoints Glyn Hughes as Global Head of Cargo
IATA has appointed Glyn Hughes as Global Head of Cargo. Glyn Hughes joined IATA in 1991 to enhance and expand the Cargo Accounts Settlement Service, growing it from 35 to nearly 100 operations while maintaining very low levels of agency default and decreasing overall operating costs for members.
- 67. IATA Launches Carry-On Bags Initiative
IATA has unveiled details of a new initiative to optimize the accommodation of carry-on bags given differing carry-on bag sizes and airline policies. Working with airline members of IATA and aircraft manufacturers, an optimum size guideline for carry-on bags has been agreed that will make the best use of cabin storage space. A size of 55 x 35 x 20 cm (or 21.5 x 13.5 x 7.5 inches) m
- 68. Cape Town to Host IATA AGM and World Air Transport Summit in 2013
IATA has confirmed that South African Airways will host the 69th IATA Annual General Meeting (AGM) and World Air Transport Summit (WATS). The event will draw the top leadership of the air transport industry to Cape Town’s International Convention Centre from 2-4 June 2013.
- 69. APG Airlines Joins IATA and Receives IOSA Certification
APG Airlines has become a member of IATA and is also now registered as an IOSA (IATA Operational Safety Audit) operator. The French airline operates scheduled flights between Toulouse and Lorient several times a week with an 8-seat Beechcraft 350 aircraft.
- 70. IATA Urges Aviation Stakeholders to Make Greater Use of Operational Data
IATA has urged aviation stakeholders to follow global standards and make greater use of operational data in order to safely accommodate an additional 3.8 billion air travelers by 2036. Speaking at the Safety and Flight Operations Conference, IATA’s Director General and CEO, Alexandre de Juniac, said,
- 71. IATA begins 100 days E-Ticket Countdown
IATA begins 100 days E-Ticket Countdown. IATA began the drive to 100% e-ticketing as part of its Simplifying the Business programme in June 2004 with the dual goals of making travel and shipping more convenient and more cost efficient. The programme began with five projects - Bar Coded Boarding Passes (BCBP), Common Use Kiosks for Self Service (CUSS), RFID for aviation, e-ticketing
- 72. IATA Urges Governments Not To Implement Quarantine Measures
IATA has urged governments to avoid quarantine measures when re-opening their economies. Instead, IATA is promoting a layered approach of measures to reduce the risk of countries importing COVID19 via air travel and to mitigate the possibility of transmission in cases where people may travel while unknowingly being infected.
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