IATA's Asia Pacific regional office is based in Singapore and serves as the central point of contact for
IATA's member airlines in the region. The regional office also maintains close ties with governments, airports, air navigation service providers and regional industry organizations.
Asia Pacific Digest - Quarter 4, 2016
Welcome to the IATA Asia Pacific Quarterly Digest, where we bring you updates on the major developments in IATA activities in the Asia Pacific region every quarter. Check out the headlines of our current edition and click to read more.
Asia Pacific Leads 20-Year Passenger Demand Forecast
Asia Pacific is forecasted to be the largest driver of demand by 2035 with more than half of the new passenger traffic coming from the region. Four out of the five fastest growing markets will be from Asia, namely China, India, Indonesia, and Vietnam. Read More.
Uniform Passenger Service Charge (PSC) Remains A Priority for KLIA
IATA continues to emphasize for a uniform Passenger Service Charge (PSC) at KLIA and KLIA2 as the Malaysia Aviation Commission (MAVCOM) announced the revised PSC rates with effect from 1 January 2017. Read More.
Statement: IATA and ICTS Settle Dispute
Amsterdam - The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and ICTS Europe Systems Limited (ICTS) have settled their dispute concerning use by ICTS of IATA's Timatic database and the Travel Information Manual (TIM) Read More.
Asia Pacific Carriers to Generate $6.3 Billion Profits in 2017
The global airline industry is expected to make a net profit of $29.8 billion this year. Asia Pacific will record the second highest profits among the regions, with a net profit of $6.3 billion for a net margin of 2.9%. Read More.
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