The Middle East is leading the world with air passenger demand expected to expand 4.6 per cent annually for the next two decades, said the director general and CEO of the International Air Transport Association (Iata).
Global passenger numbers are expected to drop to 7 billion by 2034, said a report by The International Air Transport Association (Iata) citing negative developments in the global economy that are expected to dampen demand for air transport.
Passenger traffic on international routes was up 5.1 per cent in September year-on-year, similar to the August 5.4 per cent result, according to an International Air Transport Association (Iata) report.
Middle East sealed its place once again as the fastest growing region for air freight, with its carriers seeing demand expand by 7.5 per cent and capacity rise 12.6 per cent in September, a report said.
However, the increase was 5
TPConnects, a technology solution provider to the global trade, has confirmed that its Travel Aggregator platform based on Iata NDC’s XML-based data transmission standard is now live for its first airline customer in UAE.
Bahrain Airport Company (BAC) has signed a strategic partnership agreement with International Air Transport Association (Iata), positioning it as an integral contributor to setting industry standards and strategies.
The International Air Transport Association (Iata) stressed the importance of overcoming airspace congestion, and aligning with the global industry strategy for reducing aviation’s climate change impact for the positive development of avia
The aviation industry is stepping up efforts to enlist coordinated international support in the battle against the threats posed to airlines and passengers by hackers and those seeking to exploit IT systems.
The security of commer
The International Air Transport Association (Iata) called for a deeper partnership with governments to improve the passenger experience in terms of security and facilitation processes.
Implementation of Smart Security and better use of
Air passenger traffic volumes globally were up during the third quarter of this year, compared to the year ago period and despite weakness in some emerging market economies the numbers are expected to expand strongly, a survey said.