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Global Standards, Cooperation and Data Key to Keeping Aviation Safe
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) urged aviation safety stakeholders to reinforce their commitment to a safety framework based on global standards, cooperation and dialogue, and ... more
World's First Charter Flights on CS300 launched
The Latvian airline airBaltic and Tez Tour Latvija have jointly launched the world's first charter flights with Bombardier CS300 aircraft. For the summer season, charter flights will connect... more
ETIHAD AVIATION GROUP APPOINTS ROBIN KAMARK AS CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, AIRLINE EQUITY PARTNERS
Etihad Aviation Group today announced the appointment of Robin Kamark as Chief Executive Officer, Airline Equity Partners. Mr. Kamark will be responsible for leading and... more
Asiana Airlines takes delivery of its first A350 XWB
Asiana Airlines of South Korea has taken delivery of its first A350-900, becoming the 12th airline to operate the world’s newest and most efficient twin engine widebody airliner. Asiana&rsq... more
AIR ASTANA ANNOUNCES EXPANDED SUMMER SCHEDULE
Air Astana announces its summer schedule with a major growth in services operating from the rapidly developing Astana hub. The new schedule sees service frequencies from Astana increase to... more
JAL and S7 Airlines to Further Expand Codeshare Cooperation
Japan Airlines (JAL) and Russia’s S7 Airlines (S7), both members of the oneworld® alliance, have agreed to further expand their codeshare cooperation by adding a new Russia-domestic... more
Oman Air Welcomes a New Boeing B787-9 to Its Fleet
Oman Air, the national carrier of the Sultanate of Oman, continues its ambitious expansion plans in 2017 boosting its fleet with new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner which joined recently on 22nd April... more
Fiji Airways And National University Sign Mou
Fiji Airways, Fiji’s National Airline, and Fiji National University (FNU) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the objective to establish a collaborative effort between... more
IAG Invests in two Hangar 51 start-ups
Following its highly successful Hangar 51 accelerator programme, International Airlines Group (IAG) is to invest in two start-ups: Esplorio and Vchain. More than 450 start-ups applied to join... more
Some new young fashion models line up on the runway at London City to celebrate the launch of new British Airways flights to the catwalk runways of Milan
The first of the double-daily flights took off this week from the heart of London straight to the heart of Italy’s fashion capitalTo celebrate the inaugural flight three models from Model... more
Experts' Opinion
The ultimate challenge for every airline: truly global indirect distribution
The ultimate challenge for every airline: truly global indirect distribution Global indirect distribution seems to be a mission impossible for every airline, no matter its size or business model.... more

Industry Trends
Discusson on crew management platform
7 Questions with Kamal Qatato, VP Sabre Airline Solutions, discussing the new crew management platform – Crew Manager In this interview, Kamal discusses Sabre AirCentre Crew Manager, the new, end-to-end crew management platform introduced by the company, click here to read the full interview The seven questions cover the background in which Sabre developed this pioneering platform, what makes it fundamentally different and how it will help airlines achieve better results. Sabre is a... more

Report
12th edition of the World Bank Group Air Transport Annual Report
The global Air Transport Industry continues on its successful path, marked by strong growth especially in certain emerging markets, and healthy consolidation in more mature regions. While air cargo still remains somewhat below expectations, passenger growth is solid and air travelers are forecasted to double by 2035. Nevertheless, not all regions experience strong financial performance. For example, while the Asia-Pacific carriers were able to post a profit of US$ 900 million in 2016, African... more

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Genève Aéroport Annual Press Conference - 4 April 2017

ICAO Monthly Monitor
ICAO March 2017 Air Transport Monthly Monitor
ICAO produces an Air Transport Monthly Monitor which provides a snapshot and analysis of key economic and aviation indicators. An overview of the performance of the air transport industry each month includes: Global passenger and freight traffic volumes over a one year horizon with year-on-year growth trend; Outlook of capacity changes in the following month; Top 15 performing airports and airlines each month with changes in rankings. Highlight of regional capacity offered by region.

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