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Airlines should be allowed to overbook seats: IATA

Carriers should be permitted to continue with the overbooking practice as seats in a flight are a time sensitive and "perishable" product, global airlines body IATA said today. Against the backdrop of American carrier United Airlines forcibly evicting a ... Business Standard, 1 week ago
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India sees good domestic aviation mkt growth in Feb: IATA

India topped the global charts in domestic air passenger growth for the 23rd straight month in February, helped by strong demand and increased load factor, IATA said today.
 DNA2 weeks ago India sees highest domestic air passenger growth in '16: IATA  DNA2 months ago India Witnessed Highest Growth In Domestic Travel: IATA  One India2 months ago
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AAI, IATA launch e-billing solution for airport operators

The state-owned AAI, along with International Air Transport Association (IATA), today launched its e-billing solution for airport operators and air navigation services providers across the world.
 DNA2 months ago IATA and AAI launch a new E-billing solution for airport operators  Tech22 months ago

India's 2016 domestic passenger traffic up more than 23%: IATA

India's domestic passenger traffic grew by 23.3 per cent last year, a global airlines' association said on Thursday."The domestic India market topped the growth chart for the second year in a row; passenger volumes surged by 23.3 per cent in 2016 - twice as ...
 Prokerala2 months ago Indias 2016 domestic passenger traffic up more than 23%: IATA  Nerve2 months ago India's domestic passenger traffic up 17% in February  Prokerala2 weeks ago

Strong passenger demand, record load factor in February: IATA

Strong passenger demand, record load factor in February: IATA Source: IRIS | 06 Apr, 2017, 02.58PM The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced global passenger traffic results for February showing a second month of strong demand growth to ...
 Myiris2 weeks ago
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IATA questions laptop ban on some flights to US, UK

The ban imposed by the US and the UK on carriage of laptops and other electronic items on board flights from some countries is "not an acceptable long-term solution" and its effectiveness in the short term is also questionable, global airlines body IATA said ...
 DNA3 weeks ago Electronics ban is not a long term solution to threats, says IATA director general  Tech23 weeks ago
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IATA criticizes U.S., UK electronics bans as ineffective

Alexandre de Juniac, director general and chief executive of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), questioned the efficacy of the bans on devices larger than a cellphone, in a speech to the Montreal Council on Foreign Relations.
 DNA3 weeks ago IATA criticizes Trump administration electronics ban as ineffective  DNA3 weeks ago Airlines urge US to clarify Trump's travel ban  Business Standard2 months ago

Air cargo demand continues upward trajectory in February 2017: IATA

Global air freight demand improves 8.4% for February 2017
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Global air passenger traffic demand up 8.8 pct in December -IATA  DNA2 months ago

Aviation accident rate fell in 2016: IATA

The global aviation accident rate has shown a decline at one accident for every 2.56 million flights in 2016 compared to the 2011-15 average, as about four billion people safely flew on 40.4 million flights last year, the IATA has said. There were 10 fatal ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

IATA still wary of protectionism after positive meeting with U.S. officials

Airline industry group IATA said it remains concerned about protectionist rhetoric from the United States and other governments, but also sees the new U. S. administration's plans to invest in infrastructure as positive for the industry.
 DNA1 month ago
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