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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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All markets posted demand increases with the exception of Australia, IATA noted.
IATA supports many areas of aviation activity and helps to formulate industry policy on critical aviation issues.
One of the programme's current efforts is on the development and application of IATA and the collation of comments on new hazard assessment methodologies.
De Juniac joins IATA from Air France-KLM where he has served as chairman and CEO since 2013.
Taylor, for his part, expressed appreciation to Jordan for the support it provides to IATA regional office in Amman, which is one of the top five IATA offices around the world, serving airlines in the Middle East and North Africa MENA region.
Confirmed speakers include IATA Director General and CEO Tony Tyler, Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano, Transportation Security Administrator John Pistole, and JetBlue Airways CEO and President Dave Barger.
Saleh Al Shaibani, lecturer, MCBS, called for an overhaul of the IATA curricula and urged flexible and quality training.
Organised by the IATA Training and Development Institute (ITDI), the Training Partner Congress is designed to continue IATA's engagement with its Authorized Training Centers (ATCs) worldwide.
IATA Diploma will be awarded by IATA Head Office in Canada after successfully completion of course.
IATA on Wednesday had directed over 30,000 of its affiliated travel agents to immediately stop booking tickets for Kingfisher as it had failed to settle its dues since February.
Homa has received IOSA (the IATA Operational Safety Audit)'s license for the third time," Parvaresh told reporters on Tuesday.
It isn't clear why IATA decided it had to abide by US sanctions.