International Air Transport Association

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International Air Transport Association

Also called the IATA. A trade association for airlines all over the world. It promotes flight safety, encourages technical developments, and, perhaps most importantly, lobbies for favorable legislation from governments. It was established in 1945 in Havana and is based in Montreal.
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Figures released by the International Air Traffic Association (IATA) on Thursday show worldwide passenger traffic rose 6.
In 2013, according to figures released by International Air Traffic Association, global air passenger traffic rose by 5%, from 2012.
IATA was founded on August 28, 1919 in the Netherlands as an alliance of airlines known as the International Air Traffic Association.
THERE ARE clearer signs now that the post- recession rebound of international air travel is slowing, according to a report released by the International Air Traffic Association ( IATA) on Thursday.
He said that Saudi government has relaxed its policy top exempt registration of Pakistani private tour operators with International Air Traffic Association (IATA) for two years.
He said that Saudi government has relaxed it's policy to exempt registration of Pakistani private tour operators with International Air Traffic Association (IATA) for two years.
6 per cent growth in November, International Air Traffic Association (IATA) said on Tuesday.
The International Air Traffic Association (IATA) has found that the Helsinki-Vantaa airport, Finland, is only less popular than Copenhagen airport, Denmark and Singapore's Changi airport while Vancouver airport came fourth.
Moreover, the International Air Traffic Association estimates Europe's losses at $10,000,000,000 a year due to air traffic tie-ups.
The International Air Traffic Association says airlines faces two major risks in 2012: "rising oil prices and Europe's sovereign debt crisis.
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