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Air travel recovery continues to soar, reaches near-2019 levels

Air travel demand has topped 99 per cent of 2019 levels, revealed the International Air Transport Association (IATA), based on its November 2023 air...

IATA reports progress in aviation industry’s accessibility

The IATA’s 2023 Global Passenger Survey (GPS) related to accessibility of air transport to passengers with disabilities, showed significant satisfaction levels among passengers who used...

IATA sees strong passenger demand continuing in July

Post-lockdown recovery momentum has continued for the passenger aviation sector, reported IATA, with total traffic in July 2023 rising 26.2% compared to July 2022...

Sustainability remains a long-term goal as airlines recover: IATA chief

IATA has reiterated the importance of keeping sustainable growth in sight as the air travel industry rises from the ashes of the Covid pandemic...

Three Asian passports are most powerful in the world

Japan, Singapore and South Korea possess the most powerful passports in the world, according to the latest results from the Henley Passport Index, which...

Air India’s Amex card-only payment baffles Hong Kong agents

Hong Kong’s Society of IATA Passenger Agents (SIPA) is seeking “formal notice” and clarification from Air India following a call from the airlines on...

Governments’ response to Delta variant hampers August domestic traffic recovery

Recovery in air travel has decelerated in August 2021 compared to July 2021, as government actions in response to concerns over the Covid-19 Delta...

Emirates first airline to implement IATA Travel Pass across six continents

Emirates has become the first airline to implement the International Air Transport Association's (IATA) Travel Pass on six continents as it rolls out the...

Philip Goh to lead IATA in Asia-Pacific

IATA has appointed Philip Goh as its regional vice president for Asia-Pacific, a position last held by Conrad Clifford who has been promoted to...

IATA works to improve wheelchair handling

The IATA has launched a global Mobility Aids Action Group to improve the transport and handling of mobility aids, including wheelchairs, for travellers with...

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