Middle Eastern airlines’ freight volumes expanded 1.7% in November last year compared to the same period a year earlier, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has said in a report.
Decongested skies will provide further thrust to Qatar Airways and other “super connectors” in the GCC region, according to IATA director general and CEO Alexandre de Juniac.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has launched its ‘Turbulence Aware Data’ resource to help airlines worldwide avoid turbulence when planning routes tactically in flight.
Middle Eastern carriers are expected to report a higher net profit of $800mn in 2019, the International Air Transport Association announced here, as IATA sees “lower oil prices and solid, albeit slower, economic growth” extending the run of profits for the global airline industry.
The global aviation industry will be employing more than 2.9mn people in 2019, a gain of 2.2% compared to 2018. Airlines are expecting to continue hiring over the next 12 months
Aviation growth has shifted to geographical areas outside the EU such as the Asia-Pacific and the Middle East in recent years, and the European Commission has been very proactive in pursuing comprehensive air transport agreements with ASEAN countries, Qatar, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Armenia and Tunisia,
The Middle East’s aviation sector will “grow strongly” at a compound annual growth rate of 4.4% and see an extra 290mn passengers’ by 2037, the International Air Transport Association said on Thursday.
Global air journeys could double to 8.2 billion per year in 2037 unless globalization starts to unravel, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said on Wednesday.
The Middle East will account for 132 aircraft deliveries this year, says the International Air Transport Association (IATA), which is a clear sign of the region’s increasing passenger traffic in both the domestic and international segments.
International trade tensions represent a “key source of downside risk”, both to yields, particularly for the premium-class cabin, and broader industry financial outcomes, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
Group Chief Executive Akbar al-Baker says meeting an invaluable opportunity for IATA members to come together and discuss a number of key issues currently facing global airline industry.