Latest International Air Transport Association Stories

2008-06-19 09:00:42

By Danny Fortson Business Correspondent The airline industry will be hit by a downturn far worse than even the most tumultuous periods in recent memory - the post- 9/11 years and the early Nineties recession - new research predicts.

2007-12-09 14:34:22

The aviation industry’s part in the battle over global warming is heating up fast.

2007-10-01 09:00:26

Unisys Corporation (NYSE:UIS) announced today that Hahn Air Systems GmbH has successfully implemented the initial phase of its eTops next-generation airline booking system based on the Unisys Airline Core Systems Solutions (AirCore).

2006-07-05 13:47:30

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Transportation Department proposed on Wednesday lifting an antitrust waiver for an international trade group that sets airfares and air cargo rates between the United States and Europe.

2006-06-01 07:02:14

By Tim Hepher and Benoit Van Oversraeten PARIS (Reuters) - Global airlines accused the United States and Europe of failing to coordinate security and trade policies on Thursday, saying a European court decision to halt a data-sharing deal had left them in legal no-man's-land.

2005-09-29 11:52:33

By Jeff Mason BRUSSELS (Reuters) - International airlines and the United States are giving a cool reception to the European Union's plans to bring aviation into its greenhouse gas emissions trading scheme.