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IATA Introduces I-ASC Survey to Enhance Safety

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has launched the IATA Aviation Safety Culture (I-ASC) survey to support airlines in the implementation of Safety Management Systems … More ››

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Baggage Tracking Deadline Nears

The International Air Transport Association is ramping up its assistance to meet Resolution 753. Carroll McCormick reports. With just under a year to go until … More ››

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‘Passenger Airport Charges Double in 10 Years: Tighter Regulation Needed’ – IATA

The International Air Transport Association has called on the European Union to significantly strengthen economic regulation of major European airport monopolies by focusing on the … More ››

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Gatwick’s Community app shortlisted for seven national awards

The Gatwick Airport ‘Community app’ – conceptualised by Gatwick for the airport industry – has been shortlisted for seven national awards, including for the Lloyds … More ››

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New IATA FIATA Air Cargo Program Launched in Canada

A new IATA FIATA Air Cargo Program (IFACP) has been launched in Canada. The new programme, which will be rolled out globally following the Canadian … More ››

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New ACI Europe Appointments

Dr Michael Kerkloh, President and CEO of Munich Airport was elected President of ACI Europe on June 14. The appointment was announced at the Council’s … More ››

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British Airways back at Birmingham

  When flight BA7025 took off from Birmingham Airport for Florence, Italy, on May 20 it marked a significant return to regional flying for British … More ››

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EASA Proposes New Airport Certification Specifications

The European Safety Agency, EASA, has proposed new certification specifications (CS) for aerodrome design to enable large aeroplanes to operate at existing airports. An EASA … More ››

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IATA Figures Show Continuing Growth in Air Cargo Demand

On April 5, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) released demand growth results for global air freight markets for February 2017 showing an 8.4% increase … More ››

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AOA: Aviation deal must be a priority in the Brexit negotiations

Working closely with the European trade association for airports, ACI EUROPE, the UK’s Airport Operator’s Association (AOA) says is setting out the importance of prioritising … More ››

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