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Global air traffic won't return to pre-crisis level before 2024: IATA

Paris - Global air traffic will not return to levels seen before the coronavirus pandemic until at least 2024, the International Air Transport Association said on Tuesday.

US ban has 'no effect' on Huawei's aviation business: official

Seoul - US moves against Chinese tech titan Huawei have had "no effect" on the firm's aviation business despite several countries taking steps to block its mobile services, a top company executive said Monday.

Global airline body warns of US-China trade war spillover

Seoul - The intensifying US-China trade war and rising fuel prices will continue to bog down airline profits this year, the International Air Transport Association said Sunday.

Global airline body warns of US-China trade war spillover

Seoul - The intensifying US-China trade war and rising fuel prices will continue to bog down airline profits this year, the International Air Transport Association said Sunday.

737 MAX jet grounded for at least 10-12 more weeks: IATA

Paris - The global aviation association IATA expects Boeing's troubled 737 MAX 8 plane to remain grounded for at least 10 to 12 more weeks, director general Alexandre de Juniac said Wednesday.

Laptop ban hot topic as airlines meet in Cancun

Canc - Top airline industry players are meeting Monday and Tuesday in Cancun to seek alternatives to the US and British bans on laptops and tablets on certain flights, which they say is hurting business.

Emirates chief asks why no fighter jet tracked MH370

Sydney - Emirates chief Tim Clark has reportedly questioned why fighter jets did not intercept Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 when it veered widely off course, but said he believed the missing plane will be found.

IATA wants crackdown on unruly flight passengers

Montreal - The International Air Transport Association urged governments Thursday to take stronger action against unruly passengers on commercial flights.

Airlines demand crackdown on unruly passengers

Geneva - Global aviation body IATA on Tuesday demanded that governments close legal loopholes that allow unruly passengers to escape law enforcement for serious offences committed on board planes."Airlines are doing all they can to prevent and manage unruly pas...

Maduro threatens airlines over Venezuela payment row

Caracas - President Nicolas Maduro warned airlines on Friday not to cut services for Venezuela over billions of dollars they are owed and threatened them with permanent expulsion.Airlines that serve Venezuela are battling to recover $3.7 billion blocked by the g...

Airline sector 2014 profit forecast slashed by $1 bn

Geneva - Airline body IATA on Wednesday cut its 2014 earnings forecast for the sector to $18.7 billion, after oil prices soared over the Ukraine crisis.The new figure is a decrease of $1.0 billion from the previous forecast issued in December, said the Internat...

Global air passenger traffic climbs 8% in January

Geneva - Global air passenger traffic rose by 8.0 percent in January compared to the same month in 2013, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said Wednesday.The year "is off to a strong start, with travel demand accelerating over the healthy resul...

IATA chief says weak cargo remains biggest airline worry

Weakness in air cargo markets remains the biggest worry for airlines despite some evidence of recovery in 2013, the head of the International Air Transport Association said on Sunday.

Struggling cargo business 'dragging down Asian airlines'

Singapore - Top Asian airlines's profit margins are being eroded by a struggling air cargo business, even as they capitalise on increasing passenger demand, industry executives said Sunday.
 

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