Air freight markets weakened in March, and the improvement in air cargo growth rates that began towards the end of 2012 has stalled, according to figures released by the International Air Transport Association.
International Air Transport Association
24 Apr 2013
The International Air Transport Association has presented an agenda for aviation in the U.S. to be a strategic catalyst for economic growth and development during President Obama’s second term.
02 Apr 2013
The latest IATA cargo figures again show the Middle East is the only region posting significant year-on-year traffic growth in a flat lining global market.
02 Apr 2013
Demand for air cargo showed modest improvement in February, continuing the trend that began in the fourth quarter of 2012, according to data released by the International Air Transport Association.
12 Mar 2013
The International Air Transport Association has criticized the decision of the European Single Sky Committee to endorse “weakened” performance and charging scheme regulations for air navigation services from 2015 to 2019...
26 Feb 2013
The International Air Transport Association has called on governments to settle on a worldwide approach to market-based measures to help manage the 2 percent of global manmade carbon emissions produced by...
12 Feb 2013
The International Air Transport Association, an international industry trade group, has appointed Jeffrey N. Shane as general counsel.
08 Feb 2013
The International Air Transport Association, which represents about 240 airlines, has identified four priorities to make air cargo more secure and has urged stakeholders to implement the Secure Freight principles.
09 Jan 2013
Global air cargo traffic grew a modest but significant 1.6 percent in November from a year ago driven by a surge in U.S.
18 Dec 2012
Supply chain management company Descartes Systems Group today announced it is working with DHL Global Forwarding to upgrade the freight transportation company’s electronic communications to Cargo-XML...
13 Dec 2012
The world’s airlines, benefiting from capacity cuts, lower costs and accelerating consolidation, are expected to book com
10 Dec 2012
Global air cargo traffic is set to grow at a five-year cumulative annual rate of 3 percent, and the U.S.