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Company Overview of International Air Transport Association
International Air Transport Association is a trade association that offers consulting services to the airline industry. The association provides fleet and sales planning, airport operations management, cargo security and capacity management, aviation security, tenders evaluation, and airspace planning services. Additionally, it offers revenue management and pricing, billing, accounting, financing, and currency clearance services. The association focuses on fuel conservation, sourcing and procurement, supply chain management, and business intelligence services. It publishes analysis and statistical reports and provides training programs focusing on finance, accounting, and revenue and securit...
800 Place Victoria
Montreal, QC H4Z 1M1
Founded in 1945
Key Executives for International Air Transport Association
Senior Vice President of Industry Distribution and Financial Services
Director General Emeritus
Regional Vice President of Africa
Senior Vice President of Safety, Operations, and Infrastructure
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
International Air Transport Association Key Developments
International Air Transport Association Announces Executive Changes
Jun 10 15
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced that Andres Conesa, CEO of Aeromexico, has assumed his duties as chairman of the IATA board of governors for a one-year term, effective immediately. Conesa succeeds Calin Rovinescu, CEO of Air Canada, whose one-year term expired at the conclusion of the association's annual general meeting and World Air Transport Summit in Miami, Florida. Rovinescu will continue to serve on the board of governors and the chair committee. IATA also announced that Willie Walsh, CEO of International Airlines Group, will serve as chairman of the board of governors from June 2016, following Conesa's term.
International Air Transport Association to Support Construction of Mexico’s New Airport
Jun 8 15
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Mexico's Ministry of Communications and Transportation to provide technical and operational assistance for the construction of the Mexico City's new airport. Under the agreement, IATA will also provide its services as a technical and professional advisor for the efficient operations of the existing airport in Mexico City until the completion of the new airport by 2020. The plans for the new airport are expected to cost an estimated $9.2 billion had been unveiled in 2014 by Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto. The new airport aims at easing the congestion at the existing airport. The new airport will have two runways that can be used simultaneously doubling the runway capacity. The current airport has two runways but only one can be used at a time as they are very close to each other.
The International Air Transport Association and United Nations Economic Commission for Europe Signs Memorandum of Understanding to Strengthen and Develop Countries Seeking to Implement the World Trade Organization Trade Facilitation Agreement
May 13 15
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to strengthen their support to developing countries seeking to implement the World Trade Organization (WTO) Trade Facilitation Agreement. The Agreement promises enormous potential for countries to reduce transport costs by up to 10% through more efficient facilitation, making them more competitive in the global economy. Specifically for air cargo, countries implementing the Agreement will need to build capacity to facilitate automated and smart border solutions and secure supply chain processes. Through the MoU, IATA and UNECE will help developing countries implement the relevant measures to realize the costs savings.
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