IATA expects a return to profitability for the global airline industry in 2023 as airlines continue to reduce losses stemming from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Airlines are committed to achieving net zero emissions by 2050. It means low-lying island and other vulnerable environments can enjoy both the economic growth generated by aviation and sustainability.
“Ghost flights” are among the most misunderstood phenomena in air transport.
Since being introduced nearly 20 years ago as a mandatory requirement for membership in IATA, the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) has had a significant impact on aviation safety.
Airlines traditionally struggle with several payment-related issues, including refunds, contracts, cash flow, and integrating new payment methods.
Kadri Samsunlu, CEO of iGA Istanbul Airport, says the facility is poised to reap the rewards of all the hard work since opening.
Karen Clayton, IATA’s General Counsel, says the Legal Symposium will explore areas of vital business support as the industry moves on from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Data privacy was among the many stresses and strains on the airline ecosystem highlighted by the pandemic.
With a massive 1.8 gigatons of CO2 to mitigate in 2050 alone, carbon offsets have an important role to play in aviation’s net zero goal.