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IATA

International Air Transport Association, which sets the rules for air transport, including those concerning air transport of animals.
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Lynn Ayoub, manager of the IATA ID Card Programs, added, "The UATP product offering is attractive and beneficial for our cardholders.
IATA (International Air Transport Association) represents some 240 airlines comprising 84% of scheduled global air traffic.
But the IATA chief warned governments "to recognise aviation's value with policies that do not stifle innovation, tax regimes that do not punish success and investments to enable infrastructure to keep up with growth.
Emirates called for greater dialogue to ensure IATA was more transparent while International Airlines Group, the holding company of British Airways, sought clarity on the entire voting process of board members.
At its peak, 285mn IATA neutral paper tickets (both versions) were printed in 2005.
We look forward to this collaborative effort to support the activities of IATA on behalf of our membership.
Sensitech added that it products that were reviewed and confirmed for SP 188 compliance by IATA include: TempTale4, TempTale4 Multi-Alarm, TemTale4 Multi-Alarm USB, TempTale4 Probe, TempTale4 Dual Sensor, TempTale4 Dry Ice Probe, TempTale4 Bio, TempTale4 Humidity, TempTale4 Probeless Dry Ice, TempTale4 USB, TempTale4 USB Dry Ice, TempTale RF, TagAlert, FreezeAlert, VaxAlert and ThermoAlert.
The improved safe operations come a year after IATA set safety conditions for its members according to the IATA Operational Safety Audit.
IATA congratulated Air China on its achievements in the EMD project, and believes Air China will continue to lead North Asia and the whole industry at large in other StB projects.
He finished a year as IATA chairman in June this year, a post in which he is succeeded by Cathay Pacific chief executive officer Tony Tyler.
The audit was carried out over a period of five days by an internationally-recognised team of six auditors from Wake QA - an IATA-accredited IOSA audit organisation in the UK and an observer from IATA.
oToday we say goodbye to an industry icon,o Giovanni Bisignani, DG and CEO of IATA, said in a press release issued on May 31.