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India's <strong>air</strong> passenger traffic grows by eight percent

India's air passenger traffic grows by eight percent

06 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Air passenger traffic in India saw an eight percent growth last year compared to 2013, the highest after China and Russia, even as global traffic rose by 5.9 percent, according to data released by International Air Transport Association (IATA).

India,   Air passenger Traffic,   India Air Transport Association,   Global Industry,   China,   Russia,  
Demand for global <strong>air</strong> freight likely to rise by 4.5 percent in 2015

Demand for global air freight likely to rise by 4.5 percent in 2015

09 Jan 2015

Dubai: Demand for global air freight grew 4.2 percent in November last year as compared to same period in 2013 and is expected to rise by 4.5 percent this year, driven by growth in cross-border trade, International Air Transport Association (IATA) said.

global air freight,   airplane,   global air freight,   International Air Transport Association,   growth,   world trade,  
IATA vows action after aviation industry witnesses black week

IATA vows action after aviation industry witnesses black week

26 Jul 2014

Kuala Lumpur: The International Air Transport Association (IATA) said that it will ‘leave nothing unturned’ to boost global aviation safety after a black week for the industry that has claimed over 460 lives in three separate crashes.

IATA,   International Air Transport Association,   black week,   aviation industry,   Malaysia Airlines,   MH17 crash,   aviation safety,  
Aviation safety remains top priority, says IATA

Aviation safety remains top priority, says IATA

04 Jun 2014

Doha: Safety in global aviation remains high, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said, as it seeks to improve in-flight tracking after the disappearance of a Malaysian passenger jet in March.

Aviation safety,   IATA,   International Air Transport Association,   Malaysia Airlines,   MH370,   MH370 disappearance,  
IATA meet to focus on MH370 disappearance, financial stress

IATA meet to focus on MH370 disappearance, financial stress

02 Jun 2014

Doha (Qatar): Continuous tracking of aircraft following the mysterious disappearance of MH370, carbon-neutral air travel and financial stress hitting the airline industry would be the focus of debate among global aviation chiefs at the IATA meet starting in Doha on Monday.

IATA,   International Air Transport Association,   MH370,   Malaysia Airlines,   MH370 missing,   missing airplane ,  
Global airline sector profit pegged at USD 7.5 billion

Global airline sector profit pegged at USD 7.5 billion

29 Apr 2013

Global airline sector profit is likely to grow to USD 7.5 billion this year, with Asia Pacific and Middle East based airlines dominating the international passenger market and leading the way in terms of improved operating margins, according to IATA data.

Global airline sector,   Aviation profit,   International Air Transport Association,   IATA,  
2012 named safest year in civil aviation history

2012 named safest year in civil aviation history

14 Dec 2012

The air accident rate was at a record low this year, making 2012 the safest year in civil aviation history, a media report said.

Civil aviation,   Air Transport Association,   2012 air mishaps,  
Indians get visa-free or visa-on-arrival access in 52 nations

Indians get visa-free or visa-on-arrival access in 52 nations

04 Oct 2013

London: British citizens enjoy the widest range of visa-free travel in the world, being able to visit 173 countries with just a passport, while Indians get visa-free or visa-on-arrival access in 52 countries.

Visa,   visa-free travel,   passport,   International Air Transport Association,   Indians get visa-free,  
Global <strong>air</strong> traffic grows 3.2 percent in April: IATA

Global air traffic grows 3.2 percent in April: IATA

31 May 2013

Global air-passenger traffic grew by 3.2 percent in April, compared to a year ago, driven by travel in emerging markets, the global airline industry body said on Friday.

Global air traffic,   International Air Transport Association,   IATA,   Tony Tyler,   Global airline industry body,  
India could face shortage of <strong>air</strong> traffic control officers

India could face shortage of air traffic control officers

20 Oct 2012

With burgeoning air traffic, India could soon face a severe shortage of air traffic control officers (ATCOs), a top aviation official said on Saturday, asking the Airports Authority of India to take immediate steps to recruit them in large numbers.

Air Traffic Control,   Airports Authority of India,   DGCA,   International Air Transport Association,   ATC Officers,  

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