Hamad International Airport (HIA) and Qatar Airways have successfully completed the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) electronic bag tag (EBT) readability tests ...
The ‘skyrocketing’ costs of expanding airport infrastructure must be controlled to keep flight tickets affordable, the boss of airline industry group IATA warned Monday.
Qatar Airways announced on Monday its accreditation to the highest level of the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) environmental assessment programme (IEnvA).
The global airline industry has $1.2 billion blocked in nine dollar-strapped African countries, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said on Monday.
The Asia-Pacific region must urgently step up investment in infrastructure to meet rapidly increasing demand for air travel, the global airline industry's trade body said Wednesday.
The region, led by the GCC, will maintain average compound annual growth rate of 5%, the International Air Transport Association said in its 20-year ‘Air Passenger Forecast’ released on Tuesday.
Asian markets will be the strongest driver of this expansion, the industry group said on Tuesday in Geneva.
Qatar Airways has achieved 100% compliance with the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA), verifying its status as one of the world’s safest and most secure airlines.
Qatar Aeronautical College (QAC) has signed agreements to purchase 14 advanced aircraft for training purposes in addition to two simulators of the same aircraft type.
Air travel is heading for a bumper year, but global airline leaders meeting in Mexico are concerned about the impact of an escalating row over laptop bans and rising protectionism.
The IATA Cabin Operations Safety Conference (COSC), the global conference for cabin safety across the aviation industry, concluded its three-day programme recently in Doha.
A global airlines group urged governments to look for alternatives to extending a cabin ban on large electronics devices, saying such a move could cost passengers about $1.1bn a year and create new safety risks.