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IATA: Collaboration Needed to Stem Unruly Passenger Incidents

On September 28, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) released figures showing that reports of unruly passenger incidents on board aircraft increased in 2015. Some … More ››

Birmingham Airport Lights up ATC Tower in Gold for Child Cancer Awareness

The Birmingham Airport Air Traffic Control Tower lit up in gold for child cancer awareness.

Birmingham Airport, UK, is supporting childhood cancer by being part of its awareness campaign. From September 1 Birmingham Airport’s Air Traffic Control Tower (ATC) will … More ››

IATA’s Q2 Cargo Market Analysis

IATA released its Q2 2016 Cargo Market Analysis on July 28. Regarding the economic outlook and traffic performance it states that prior to the “Brexit … More ››

Air Connectivity Essential for Landlocked Countries

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Aviation is a catalyst for socio-economic development and is particularly critical to the economies of landlocked countries, said ICAO Secretary General Dr Fang Liu. Dr … More ››

ICAO and ACI to Enhance Cooperation on Airport Security

ICAO and ACI

ICAO and Airports Council International (ACI) have announced a new agreement aimed at reinforcing cooperation on airport security. The new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) will … More ››

UK Airport Punctuality Stats – 2015

Top 10 UK Airports 2015

Aviation intelligence provider, OAG, has issued its performance statistics for 2015. Bristol Airport (IATA: BRS) has been named the best performing UK airport for the … More ››

Egypt Completes Preliminary Metrojet Report

The Egyptian authorities have announced the completion of the preliminary report into the loss of the Metrojet airliner which crashed in the Sinai desert on … More ››

IATA CEO calls for deeper partnership to improve passenger experience

Tony Tyler, IATA’s Director General and CEO has called for a deeper partnership with governments to improve the passenger experience of security and facilitation processes. … More ››

Heathrow CEO Calls for Global Action on Climate Change

Heathrow Chief Executive John Holland-Kaye has called for global leaders to take action to cut carbon emissions. The call, which was made at a conference … More ››

IATA – Passenger Demand Remains Strong

On August 6 the International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced global passenger traffic results (revenue passenger kilometers or RPKs) for June showing a 5.7% increase … More ››