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1. Tony Tyler to Become Next IATA DG and CEO
Tony Tyler to Become Next IATA DG and CEO. IATAs Board of Governors has selected Tony Tyler, CEO of Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific Airways, to fill the post of IATA Director General and CEO following the retirement of the current Director General and CEO, Giovanni Bisignani, next year. The Board will recommend Tylers appointment to IATAs Annual General Meeting planned for 6-8 Ju
2. IATA Files Formal Complaint in EC Investigation
IATA has become a complainant in an investigation being conducted by the European Commissions Directorate General for Competition (DG-COMP) into alleged abuses of dominant positions by manufacturers of aviation equipment. In 2015 DG-COMP sent questionnaires to several industry stakeholders, including IATA member airlines, requesting information to validate claims of abuses of domi
3. Alexandre de Juniac Steps Down as DG of IATA; Willie Walsh to Take Over
IATA has confirmed that Alexandre de Juniac, Director General and CEO, will step down from his role effective 31 March 2021. Willie Walsh, former CEO of International Airlines Group (IAG), will become IATAs eighth Director General starting 1 April 2021.
4. Alexandre de Juniac to Succeed Tony Tyler as IATA DG and CEO
IATA's Board of Governors (BoG) has unanimously approved to recommend Alexandre de Juniac, Chairman and CEO of Air France-KLM, to succeed retiring Director General and CEO, Tony Tyler. With confirmation by the IATA Annual General Meeting to be held 1-3 June 2016 in Dublin, Ireland, de Juniac will take up duties as the head of the association after a short handover period.
5. Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) - State of the Industry with Subhas Menon, DG
The state of international air travel is particularly grim, with Asia Pacific airlines currently carrying less than 2 million international passengers per month, compared to 39 million a month in 2019. Seat capacity on international routes has accordingly fallen by 89% compared to 2019. Subhas Menon, Director General of the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA), gives media a
6. Alexandre de Juniac Takes Reins at IATA
Alexandre de Juniac has officially taken on the role of IATA's Director General and CEO, succeedingTony Tyler who served as IATA DG and CEO since 2011. De Juniac was confirmed by the 72nd IATA Annual General Meeting this past June to be the seventh person to lead IATA. He brings diverse experience to the association, including leadership roles in the airline and aerospace sectors a
7. AirBridgeCargo Reports 25% Growth in Special Cargo
AirBridgeCargo Airlines (ABC) saw its volumes of special commodities increase by over 25% in 2018. ABCs pharma volumes increased by more than 60% year-on-year, while dangerous goods shipments using the airlines ABC DG product rose by 40%. ABC XL demand for oversize and heavy cargoes increased by over 20% versus 2017, and ecommerce business delivered via AirBridgeCargos abc e-com
8. Volga-Dnepr Airlines Delivers Spacecraft Module to UK
The payload module of a spacecraft represented Volga-Dnepr Airlines latest aerospace delivery when it arrived in the UK from Moscow. The module and three tons of support equipment was flown from Sheremetyevo Airport to London Stansted onboard one of the airlines IL-76TD-90VD freighters. The transportation was organised by DG Terminal.

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