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Air Traffic Management

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IATA initiatives in air traffic management have been developed in cooperation with the relevant authorities and air navigation service providers. An even closer working relationship will enable the industry to realize significant benefits.

Policy

IATA works relentlessly at the structural and operational level towards the implementation of two major projects aimed at making air traffic management more efficient:

IATA also works with air navigation service providers across the globe to drive cost-efficiency improvements. Find out about our charges & economic regulation activities.

Air Traffic Management

Communication, navigation and surveillance. Read more on IATA's activities related to the Air Traffic Management.

ATAG's report on the Future of ATM (Nov. 2012)

   

Environment

Air Traffic Management enhancements could improve airlines' fuel efficiency and CO2 emissions up to 12%.

IATA therefore calls upon governments, airports and air navigation service providers to implement the necessary infrastructure improvements.

More on aviation & the environment

Towards flexible routings

We are working with key stakeholders to introduce more flexible routings. This initiative, called iFLEX, will bring significant reduction in flight time on long haul, resulting in reduced fuel burn and emissions, in addition to obvious commercial benefits. iFLEX is currently on trial on a few routes. Find  out how to join the iFLEX initiative.

What's New
PRESS RELEASE | Posted Aug 18, 2014
IATA African Aviation Day emphasized the need for intra-African air connectivity to spread economic and social prosperity across the continent. In particular, IATA noted that the liberalization of air rights for intra-Africa flights could yield significant benefits in both jobs and GDP growth.
PRESS RELEASE | Posted Aug 18, 2014
The current Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak is believed to have begun in Guinea in December 2013. This outbreak now involves community transmission in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone and recently an ill traveller from Liberia infected a small number of people in Nigeria with whom he had direct contact.


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