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A Closer Look at IOSA’s Two Decades of Airline Safety Oversight

    Celebrating its 20th anniversary, the International Air Transport Association’s Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) stands at the forefront of the industry’s commitment to airline safety. Meeting in Hanoi, Vietnam, at the IATA World Safety and Operations Conference, the airline association underscored the significant strides achieved by the IOSA program over the past two decades.

    IATA: Air Cargo Demand Contraction Eases

      The International Air Transport Association (IATA) unveiled data for the global air cargo markets in June 2023. The report revealed a year-over-year contraction in demand, the most modest contraction since February 2022.

      Geneva Airport, headquarters of IATA. (c) FCMedia/FlightChic

      IATA Reports on Strong Northern Summer Demand

        The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has reported a consistent recovery trend for passenger markets in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, with June recording a particularly strong performance. 

        Female and Male Air Traffic Controllers with Headsets Talk in Airport Tower. Office Room is Full of Desktop Computer Displays with Navigation Screens, Airplane Departure and Arrival Data for the Team.

        IATA Calls for Action on European ATC Troubles

          The Director General of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), Willie Walsh, calls for action on the performance of European Air Traffic Control (ATC) which has recently come under critical scrutiny as it disrupts summer travels.

          Panoramic aerial view of rural landscape with agricultural lands and fields on a background of cloudy blue sky from the window inside an airplane.

          How Google and the ICCT Plan to Help Airlines Meet their Sustainability Goals

            As part of a significant stride towards fostering sustainable travel, Google has spearheaded the formation of an advisory committee to refine and augment Google’s Travel Impact Model (TIM).

            The search giant aims to offer travelers more precise flight emission estimates and advocate for environmentally-conscious travel decisions. The committee is an amalgamation of climate scientists, academics, and representatives hailing from airlines, airports, and non-profit organizations. Their shared goal is to incorporate the latest scientific data and industry best practices into the TIM.

            Air Travel Makes a Strong Comeback, IATA Reports

              Brace yourselves for the return of crowded cabins, but that’s good news indeed. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has just unveiled their traffic data for May 2023. It’s no surprise that the appetite for air travel is back on the rise.