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IATA collaborates with airports worldwide to ensure infrastructure development and charges adhere to established principles. We look forward to working with you to establish long-term strategies and to address near-term issues.  

Airport Slots

Security: Smart Security

IATA supports the development and management of  standards for the slot allocation process in consultation with airport coordinators and airlines. The standards are published in the IATA Worldwide Slot Guidelines

Airport codes

Airports are eligible for an IATA code when requested by an airline or a computer reservation system.

Towards user-friendly airports

Airport planning and infrastructure development must support safe, functional, capacity-optimized and user-friendly airports.
See what IATA has in place to support airport development.

Airport Charges

Commitment to greater efficiency from airports and all industry partners will secure a sustainable future for aviation. IATA works with airports to drive cost-efficiency improvements. More on IATA Charges & Economic Regulation activities




 

The Smart Security is IATA's vision for a passenger screening system that facilitates the passenger journey, while offering airports greater operational efficiencies and increased revenue opportunities. More on the Smart Security

Other security programs:

Ground Handling Safety

The IATA Safety Audit for Ground Operations (ISAGO) is an essential factor for safety on the ground, benefiting airports too. See on the ISAGO registry which ground handlers are ISAGO-certified for your airport. 

Airport Development & Infrastructure

What's New
PRESS RELEASE | Posted Aug 28, 2014

IATA welcomed the decision of Brussels Airport to become the first European hub for pharmaceutical freight using IATA’s global certification program for shipping cold-chain pharmaceuticals (CEIV Pharma).

PRESS RELEASE | Posted Aug 27, 2014
IATA called on the Vietnamese government to work with the air transport sector to strengthen the country’s economy through global air connectivity. IATA identified three broad strategic areas to focus on:  infrastructure, passenger experience and cargo.


Upcoming Events
Oct 27, 2014 - Oct 29, 2014 | Washington DC, USA
Oct 30, 2014 - Oct 31, 2014 | Istanbul, Turkey
Nov 04, 2014 - Nov 06, 2014 | Prague, Czech Republic


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