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IATA to take up Smart Security initiative
Business Line

Iata: Airline industry to see US$30b profit

GENEVA: THE global airline industry is forecast to record another strong net profit of US$29.8 billion (RM131.84 billion) next year, with four billion travellers expected to travel by air. The earnings represent a 4.1 per cent net profit margin ... New Straits Times, 16 hours ago
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Gulf Times

IATA chief urges governments to keep GCC airlines competitive

IATA director general and CEO Alexandre de Juniac has requested the Gulf Cooperation Council governments to help maintain the competitive advantage of their national airlines. One of the major successes of the GCC carriers is that they have been ...
 Gulf Times8 hours ago
Sudan News Gazette

Airlines set to post record profits: IATA

GENEVA: The aviation industry is set to post record net earnings this year and is expected to remain profitable in 2017, despite rising oil prices and global political turbulence, its trade association said on Thursday. "Airlines continue to deliver ...
 Biz Community1 day ago Airlines on track to post record net earnings: IATA  Sudan News Gazette1 day ago IATA forcasts $29.8bn profit for industry  News Headlines.com.ng2 days ago Airlines soaring to record profits, says IATA  Nigeria Punch2 days ago
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It's not about more but about better airline security - Iata

Geneva The fact that the aviation industry must remain vigilant should not be taken lightly and those responsible for aviation attacks should be held accountable, warned Nick Careen, senior vice-president for airport, passenger, cargo and security ...
 Fin24.com1 day ago Fin24.com | It's not about more but about better airline security Iata  Global Advisors1 day ago
Travel Trade Journal

IATA paints a grim picture for African airlines in 2017

Higher oil prices and additions in capacity by airlines are two of the main challenges that airlines in Africa will face next year as they compete for More National News Michelle breaks up with Prezzo; divulges details on Instagram
 NTV Kenya1 day ago IATA: Middle Eastern airline profitability to fall by two thirds in 2017  Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation1 day ago IATA forecasts oil price demand stimulus will taper in 2017  Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation1 day ago IATA projects USD1bn fall in Asia Pacific airline profitability for 2017  Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation1 day ago
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Japan Times

Airlines to see first profit drop in six years in 2017 - IATA

* 2017 profits seen at $29.8 bln, down 16 pct from 2016 * 2016 profits forecast cut to $35.6 bln from $39.4 * Industry still earning cost of capital in 2017 * Rising labour costs, fuel costs to bite in 2017 (Adds more comments from ...
 Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland2 days ago Airline profits will fall but return on capital will remain healthy, Iata predicts  Business Live South Africa2 days ago Airlines face first profit drop in six years after setting 2016 record as fuel prices inch up: IATA  Japan Times2 days ago Airlines facing first profits drop in six years in 2017: IATA  Business Recorder2 days ago
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IATA expects 0.9% of world GDP to be spent on air transport in 17

By Pratap John/Chief Business Reporter/Geneva Consumers benefit from lower real travel costs, more routes, and will spend 0.9% of world GDP on air transport in 2017, an IATA report said. The average return fare (before surcharges and tax) of ...
 Gulf Times2 days ago
Fin24.com

Flying secure but govts must step up to the plate - Iata

Geneva The success of global aviation rests on safety, security, sustainability and global standards, Alexandre de Juniac, CEO of the International Air Transport Association (Iata), said on Thursday. He emphasised that flying is safe, but not ...
 Fin24.com2 days ago Fin24.com | Flying secure but govts must step up to the plate Iata  Global Advisors2 days ago
B&F Times Online

IATA Calls for Improved Safety, Security in Air Transport

Chinedu Eze in Geneva In reaction to the tragic air crashes in Colombia and Pakistan within one week, in which 118 people died, the Director General and Chief Executive Officer of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), Alexander de ...
 This Day Online2 days ago Dana Air gets IOSA certification  B&F Times Online5 days ago IATA grants IOSA standard to Iran Air Tours  Islamic Republic News Agency6 days ago Dana Air gets IOSA certification (Ghana)  Asoko Insight3 days ago

IATA Tackles Top Issues In Casablanca

IATA highlighted four priorities in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) which must be addressed for aviation to deliver maximum economic and social benefits. Those priorities include: Sufficient and affordable infrastructure capacity ...
 Travel Press5 days ago IATA urges Mena to focus on infrastructure &...  Qatar Peninsula1 week ago Infrastructure, Taxes and Charges, Consumer Protection and Security Top IATA Agenda at AACO  EGlobal Travel Media1 week ago Infrastructure, Taxes an…  Aviation.ca3 days ago
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