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- 81. Amadeus Receives Approval from IATA for BSP Certification within China
Amadeus has received approval from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) for Billing and Settlement Plan (BSP) certification within China. Amadeusí IATA BSP certification in China means that Amadeus is one step closer to allowing authorised travel agents the ability to fulfill the entire billing and ticketing process of travel products offered by foreign BSP airlines.
- 82. IATA Calls on Vietnamese Government to Work With Air Transport Sector
IATA has called on the Vietnamese government to work with the air transport sector to strengthen the countryís economy through global air connectivity. IATA identified three broad strategic areas to focus on: infrastructure, passenger experience and cargo.
- 83. IATA Urges Venezuela to Release US$3.9 Billion in Airline Funds
IATA has called on the Venezuelan government to urgently honor its commitment made in March to permit the repatriation of $3.9 billion of airline funds at fair exchange rates. The funds are from sales of airline tickets in Venezuela and are being held in contravention of international treaties. IATA cautioned that that failure to release the airline monies puts at risk a major cont
- 84. IATA and EASA Reach Agreement on Information Sharing
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) have agreed to share safety information and joint analysis of safety trends. These analyses primarily will be based on the information derived from the Safety Assessment of Foreign Aircraft (SAFA) program, and the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA).
- 85. Royal Jordanianís Majali is New IATA Chairman, Cathay Pacificís Tyler to Follow in 2009
Royal Jordanianís Majali is New IATA Chairman, Cathay Pacificís Tyler to Follow in 2009. Royal Jordanian Airlines CEO, Samer Majali has been appointed as the new Chairman of IATA's Board of Governors. Majali's term will last for a year. He succeeds Fernando Pinto, CEO of TAP Portugal who served as Chairman from June 2007.
- 86. IATA Unveils a Checkpoint of the Future
IATA has unveiled the first mock-up of a Checkpoint of the Future, designed to enhance security while reducing queues and intrusive searches at airports, using intelligence-driven risk-based measures. IATAís Checkpoint of the Future is being shown to delegates attending the Associationís 67th Annual General Meeting (AGM) and World Air Transport Summit, in Singapore.
- 87. IATA Reacts to US Ban on Travellers from Europe
IATA and its members continue to support governments in their efforts to contain the spread of COVID19. At this time of extreme pressure on the industry, IATA urged governments to:
- 88. IATA to Deliver Aviation Security Training in Sherbrooke, Quebec
IATA has signed an agreement with the Centre en SŻretť Alerte to provide a three-year schedule of aviation security training at its newly established Airpole training facility in Sherbrooke, Quebec. The IATA courses will be delivered in English and in French for aviation security professionals in a combination of classroom and simulation environments. The syllabus will include:
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