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Airline industry forecast 2014-2018 by IATA predicts increased growth
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UAE set for 3rd largest aviation market by 2018

Abdul Basit Chief Reporter / 23 October 2014 The Iata airline industry Forecast 2014-2018 shows that international freight volumes are expected to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) ... Khaleej Times, 7 hours ago

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Global air passengers to more than double in 20 years: IATA

The number of people travelling by plane each year is expected to more than double to 7.3 billion by 2034, the International Air Transport Association said on Thursday. That would represents average annual growth of 4.1% from the 3.3 billion ...
 Kingston Whig-Standard23 hours ago Global passenger traffic to more than double by 2034 says IATA  Moodie Report1 day ago Global airline passengers expected to more than double in next 20 years: IATA  Globe and Mail6 days ago Air passengers to more than double in 20 years  Sault Star Online21 hours ago
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IATA: Air freight will grow 4.1 percent annually through 2018

Air cargo volume will grow 4.1 percent annually through 2018, according to recently released forecast from the International Air Transport Association. Though the market hasn't declined, the freight sector averaged growth of under 1 percent each ...
 Journal of Commerce9 hours ago Air freight outlook looks rosy - Iata  FTW Online11 hours ago IATA Sees 4.1 Percent Air Freight Annual Growth  AIRwise14 hours ago Air freight outlook improves, annual growth of 4.1 percent seen: IATA  4 Traders18 hours ago
Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation

Air cargo: few other industries would tolerate its structural overcapacity

CAPA IATA 's most recent air freight market analysis, published 1-Oct-2014, said "The outlook for air freight markets has started to look better again", but it added that "the extent of future gains could be limited". IATA cautioned that ...
 Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation20 hours ago Global air freight markets shows strong increase in air cargo in July: IATA  Myiris1 month ago Global air freight market grew faster at 4.1% in first half of 2014: IATA  Domain Business2 months ago Air Freight Volumes expand more slowly in June: IATA  India Infoline2 months ago
Times of Oman

ME air passengers to increase 4.9 percent by 2034

(MENAFN) According to a report by the International Air Transport Association's (IATA), air passengers in the Middle East are expected to grow by 4.9 percent, with the addition of 237 million passengers to be added a year on routes to, from and ...
 MENAFN3 days ago Saudi air passenger traffic to rise 4.6%: IATA  Saudi Gazette4 days ago Middle East air passengers to grow 4.9 per cent, says IATA  Times of Oman5 days ago Qatar, UAE, Saudi to help Mideast aviation fly high: IATA  Zawya.com5 days ago

South Africa : IATA, Firm associates on launch of NDC Innovation Fund [TendersInfo (India)]

[October 18, 2014] (TendersInfo (India) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) THE International Air Transport Association (IATA) has associated with Travel Capitalist Ventures, a most important travel-focused investment firm, to create the ...
 TMC Net4 days ago
Asian Times Online UK

Iata bullish on Indian aviation market

PRESS TRUST OF INDIA New Delhi, 16 October India, which is now the ninth largest aviation market in the world, will overtake the UK to take the third position in over 15 years, after China and the United States, global airlines' body Iatasaid ...
 The Statesman6 days ago India's airline industry gets safety shake-up  Business Traveller2 days ago India Projected to Become Third-biggest Aviation Market by 2031  India-West5 days ago India to overtake United Kingdom in world aviation market ranking  Economic Times6 days ago

Many airlines still don't have cyber security plan for EFBs

As aviation stakeholders, including Boeing and IATA, have grown louder about cyber security threats to airlines, new preliminary data from an ongoing AirInsight study has found that 42% of airlines surveyed still do not have a cyber security plan in ...
 Security Today5 days ago Regulators call for tighter standards in the global aviation security market  companiesandmarkets.com1 week ago

China, India set to emerge as top passenger markets: Iata

Issac John Associate Business Editor / 17 October 2014 By 2034, as the Middle East will see its passenger numbers increasing by an extra 237 million, China will overtake the US as the world's largest passenger ...
 Khaleej Times6 days ago
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Mandatory RCRA, DOT, and IATA Training Online with Environmental Resource Center

- When workers handle hazardous waste or ship hazardous materials, training is not just a good idea, it's the law. According to the EPA, workers who handle hazardous waste must be trained annually, and the federal DOT requires that workers involved ...
 MoneyShow.com1 day ago Environmental Resource Center Offers Mandatory DOT and IATA Training Online  MENAFN19 hours ago Mandatory RCRA DOT and IATA Training Online with Environmental Resource Center  MENAFN19 hours ago IATA chief: DOT consumer rule is a yesterday solution  Air Transport World1 week ago
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