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IATA warns of ‘no deal Brexit’ chaos

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has called for urgent action by the UK and the European Union to put…

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Continued slowdown in cargo growth in August

The latest indicators from IATA and analyst WorldACD show that air cargo demand growth has continued to weaken as the…

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IATA calls for action in Indian aviation

IATA director general and chief executive Alexandre de Juniac has highlighted several areas that could maximise the potential contribution of…

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Rising costs the main talking point at IATA’s AGM

This week saw the great and good of the aviation industry gather in Sydney Australia for IATA’s Annual General Meeting…

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Cargo heads upbeat on profitability for next 12 months

The majority, some 61%, of heads of cargo and airline chief finance officers expect their level of profitability to improve…

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IATA officially launches CEIV Live Animals

IATA has confirmed the launch of its new CEIV programme for the transport of Live Animals to help improve the…

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Air cargo should move beyond peer-to-peer data sharing

Air cargo needs to begin the process of moving beyond peer-to-peer data sharing to multi-user systems. Speaking during a session…

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Call for harmonisation of air cargo screening device requirements

The air cargo industry would like to see greater harmonisation of rules and regulations around air cargo scanning devices to…

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Call for data-sharing to speed up e-commerce

A senior manager at Alibaba’s logistics subsidiary has called for greater data-sharing among airfreight stakeholders, while an official at the…

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IATA e-DGD: “a powerful step forward”

IATA has adopted e-Dangerous Goods Declaration (e-DGD) standards at the World Cargo Symposium taking place in Dallas, Texas on March…

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