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97. IATA Revises Airline Financial Forecast to Global Loss of US$9 Billion
IATA Revises Airline Financial Forecast to Global Loss of US$9 Billion. IATA has revised its airline financial forecast for 2009 to a global loss of US$9 billion. This is nearly double the associationís March estimate of a US$4.7 billion loss, reflecting a rapidly deteriorating revenue environment.
98. IATA Calls on Germany to Improve Competitiveness of Air Transport Sector
IATA has called on the German government to focus on improving the competitiveness of the German air transport sector in the development of its national aviation policy. To build an even stronger base for airlines to link Germany competitively with global markets, IATA says that government policies must eliminate burdensome taxation, ensure cost-efficient airport infrastructure to
99. IATA Calls for Transformation of Air Cargo Industry
IATA has called for continued transformation in the air cargo industry with a focus on raising the quality of its services. The global air cargo sector continues to face a difficult business environment. The anemic growth experienced since 2010 continued in 2015 with a 1.9% expansion of volumes. And yields have contracted each year since 2012. IATA estimates that volume growth will
100. IATA Revises Forecasts; Deeper Losses Expected
IATA Revises Forecasts; Deeper Losses Expected. IATA has revised its global financial forecast predicting airline losses totaling US$11 billion in 2009. This is US$2 billion worse than the previously projected US$9 billion loss due to rising fuel prices and exceptionally weak yields. Industry revenues for the year are expected to fall by US$80 billion (15%) to US$455 billion compar
101. IATA Pauses Confusing Cabin OK Initiative
IATA has decided to pause the rollout of its Cabin OK initiative and has launched a comprehensive reassessment in light of concerns expressed, primarily in North America. This will include further engagement with program participants, the IATA membership, and key stakeholders. The Cabin OK initiative was launched on 9 June 2015 with the aim of providing passengers with greater assu
102. Thai Airways International joins IATA Carbon Offset Program
Thai Airways International joins IATA Carbon Offset Program. Thai Airways International has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with IATA to provide passengers with the opportunity to offset their carbon generated from flying.
103. IATA Calls for Systematic COVID19 Testing Before Departure
IATA has called for passengers to be tested for COVID19 as an alternative to quarantine. With international travel down 92% on 2019 levels, IATA sees testing as a way to re-establish global air connectivity.
104. ENAV and IATA to Develop Airspace Strategy for Italy
ENAV, the Italian Air Navigation Service Provider, has agreed work with IATA in developing and implementing an Italian National Airspace Strategy. ENAV and IATA will strengthen their existing cooperation for this initiative, which is aimed at delivering benefits to the travelling public and the wider aviation community, while supporting the economic growth and competitiveness of t

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