Middle East carriers recorded a staggering 10.5 per cent growth in annual traffic last year compared to the figures in 2014, registering the strongest growth globally, said a report.
Following closely behind was Latin America (9.3 per c
A slide in airfare by 5 per cent year-on-year bolstered demand for air travel in 2015, even as economic fundamentals weakened, the International Air Transport Association (Iata) said on Thursday.
Demand for air travel, measured in
Middle Eastern carriers' air freight grew four per cent in December and for 2015 in total the region expanded 11.3 per cent compared to the previous year, according to recent figures.
The International Air
China's leading airlines joined forces on Monday to blacklist rowdy passengers who have become an increasing problem as the number of travellers grows.
Air China, China Eastern, China Southern, Hainan Airlines and Spring Air s
International Air Transport Association (Iata) has chosen the 2016 Bahrain International Air Show to host a seminar regarding its new safety programme for smaller aircraft – the Iata Standard Safety Assessment (ISSA). The event which was
Middle East carriers witnessed international passenger demand jump 9.8 per cent in November, a report said, adding that while capacity rose 11.5 per cent, it caused load factor to dip 1.0 percentage point to 69.4 per cent.
The International Air Transport Association (Iata) is expanding its activities to prevent payment fraud in the air travel industry, which costs an estimated $858 million annually.
Of the total loss, approximately $639 million is borne b
Dnata’s continued focus on safety and security has paid off with the air services provider’s Sydney headquarters and station receiving registration for Iata's Safety Audit of Ground Operations (ISAGO) this month.
The passenger travel on international markets was up 4.5 per cent in October year-on-year, overall, according to the International Air Transport Association (Iata).
For economy class travel, passenger num
Falling airplane fares are helping to support strong growth in global air passenger traffic, the International Air Transport Association (Iata) said on Thursday.
Data shows fares have fallen 5 per cent over the first eight months