Flynas, Saudi Arabia's national carrier, has chosen air transport IT specialist SITA to provide a range of passenger check-in services.
The five-year, multi-million dollar agreement includes an end-to-end check-in solution inc
Qatar and the Republic of Guinea have signed an agreement to open up the air transport sector between the two countries.
The agreement was signed by Jassim bin Saif Al-Sulaiti, Minister of Transport and his Guinean counterpart Aliou Dia
Turkish Airlines, Boeing and Istanbul Technical University (ITU), Turkey’s leading aerospace engineering and technology institution, have welcomed a new batch of students for its Air Transport Management course.
The two-year maste
The air transport industry plays an important role in supporting the growth of economies across the Middle East providing two million jobs and $116 billion of region’s GDP, according to a new study released today by the Air Transport Actio
The top leadership of the world's air transport industry will gather in Doha, Qatar, from June 1 to 3 for the Iata 70th Annual General Meeting (AGM) and World Airport Transport Summit.
The Iata AGM is the highest level event i
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released its second edition of the Cargo-XML Manual and Toolkit, providing Cargo-XML standards for the electronic exchange of information that replace traditional Cargo-IMP for the air cargo ind
The international passenger demand decline may have hit the bottom though the air transport industry is a long way from recovery, said the International Air Transport Association (Iata).
Passenger demand declined 9.3 per cent in May compar
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has blasted the decision of the European Council of Justice and Home Affairs Ministers for approving a law which brings air transport into the European Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) from 2012.
The airline industry body IATA slashed its forecast for industry profits in 2008 on Wednesday.
It warned that the spiralling cost of fuel and the impact of the credit crunch would reverse expected growth.
The International Air Tran