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All Working Papers Presented by IATA at the 38th Assembly

IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) (pdf)

The IOSA program is an internationally recognized and accepted evaluation system designed to assess the operational management and control systems of an airline.
The Importance of Upload for the Implementation of the ICAO AOC Registry (pdf)

The AOC registry was created by ICAO with the objective of facilitating access to information required by States to exercise oversight of foreign operators.
Addressing CO2 Emissions from Aviation (pdf)

The aviation industry recognizes the growing need to address the global challenge of climate change and is committed to playing its part.
ICAO Policies on Noise- Related Operating Restrictions (pdf)

The noise standards in Annex 16 are not intended to introduce operating restrictions on aircraft. On the contrary, ICAO's certification standards should create the necessary regulatory stability for operators.
Passenger Data and Border Control (pdf) 

A growing number of States are requesting that airlines transmit passenger data such as API and PNR electronically for the purposes of border control and security.
Capacity Building Strategy Related to Air Cargo Security  (pdf)

In September 2012, the ICAO High-level Conference on Aviation Security endorsed the development of a capacity-building strategy specific to air cargo and mail security that is aligned with the ICAO Aviation Security Assistance and Capacity Building Strategy.
Proposed Roadmap to Strengthen Global Air Cargo Security (pdf)

To support ICAO’s role in enhancing air cargo security, the Aviation Security Panel Working Group on Air Cargo Security (WGACS) has developed a roadmap that articulates key activities undertaken by international stakeholders and contributions towards strengthening global air cargo1 security against the threat of unlawful interference.
Passenger Rights & Montreal Convention
A Proposal for a Set of High-Level, Non Prescriptive Core Principles on Consumer Protection  (pdf)

In recent years, there has been a proliferation of national and regional passenger rights regimes. The current patchwork of regulatory responses to consumer protection results in unintended consequences for consumers, such as reducing choice and increasing costs.
Promotion of the Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules for International Carriage by Air (Montreal Convention of 1999)  (pdf)

The Montreal Convention 1999 (MC99) established a modern, fair and effective regime to govern airline liability to passengers and shippers on international flights.
Air Navigation
Mandates for Equipage or use of Specific GNSS Core Constellations or Augmentation Systems  (pdf)

The evolution of GNSS offers many benefits to the aviation community and will be one of the main enablers for the Aviation System Block Upgrades (ASBU).
Issuance and Recognition of Air Operators Certificates (AOC) and Authorizations (pdf)

In recent years, IATA member airlines have witnessed and increase in the documentation required by States to authorize operations by airlines that are registered in other states.
Implementation of Regulations Based on Doc 9625 Guidance  (pdf)

Operators of Flight Simulation Training Devices (FSTDs) face multiple audits by various Civil Aviation Authorities (CAAs). The absence of recognition of FSTD audits by the States where they are operated has resulted in a cost to the industry millions of dollars and decreased the availability of training devices by a considerable amount.


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