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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 ,  
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,  
'Vital' to resume flights to Ebola-hit countries, says WHO

'Vital' to resume flights to Ebola-hit countries, says WHO

29 Aug 2014

Geneva: The World Health Organization on Thursday said it was vital that airlines resume flights to Ebola-hit West Africa, warning that suspension of flights was threatening efforts to beat the epidemic.

WHO,   Ebola epidemic,   Ebola outbreak,   Ebola vaccination,   International health epidemic,   Air France flight suspension,   West Africa isolated,  
Thirty five militants killed in Pakistan airstrike

Thirty five militants killed in Pakistan airstrike

10 Sep 2014

Islamabad: At least 35 militants were killed in an airstrike launched by the Pakistan army in the country's northwest tribal area of North Waziristan on Wednesday morning, an army statement said.

Pakistani militants,   Pakistan airstrike,   Pakistan Army,   Air raid,   Pakistan-Afghanistan border,  
United States calls for <strong>international</strong> coalition to 'destroy' Islamic State

United States calls for international coalition to 'destroy' Islamic State

05 Sep 2014

Newport (UK): United States on Friday called for the creation of a broad international coalition against Islamic State in Iraq and Syria by the time of the UN General Assembly this month.

United States,   Islamic State,   Iraq,   Syria UN General Assembly,   John Kerry,   Chuck Hagel,  
US, China meet to establish code of conduct on South China Sea

US, China meet to establish code of conduct on South China Sea

27 Aug 2014

Washington: The US and China have started a two-day meeting at the Pentagon to set up a code of conduct on naval and air force safety on the high seas, in the wake of a Chinese jet intercepting an American Navy patrol plane in the international waters of South China Sea.

United Nations,   China,   UN-China talk,   South China sea,   Pacific power,   P-8 patrol aircraft,   Jet fighter,   International air space,  
UN calls for <strong>international</strong> action to deal with Ebola crisis

UN calls for international action to deal with Ebola crisis

03 Sep 2014

United Nations: Top UN officials have warned that the Ebola outbreak in West Africa "will get worse before it gets better" as they called for international action to deal with the crisis, saying misinformation about the disease will only exacerbate an already fragile situation.

West Africa,   Ebola outbreak,   Ebola crises,   Ebola virus,   UN Deputy Secretary-General,   Jan Eliasson,   WHO,   African disease,  
Barack Obama defends decision to delay immigration action

Barack Obama defends decision to delay immigration action

07 Sep 2014

Washington: President Barack Obama says that the surge of immigrant children entering the US illegally changed the politics surrounding the issue of immigration and led him to put off a pledge to use executive action that could have shielded millions of people from deportation.

Barack Obama,   immigrant children,   United States,   White House,   Air Force One,  

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