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Alexandre de Juniac
Government Cooperation Vital to Global Aviation Security
Aviation security will require government leadership, cooperation, information sharing and global standards.
25 September 2017
Brexit and Connectivity
When I speak to policy-makers, I always emphasize the benefits we all gain from the ability to fly and the growth of air connectivity. It is obvious, but it needs repeating because many policy-makers take the freedom that aviation enables for granted.
21 September 2017
Modernizing and Transforming US Air Traffic Control
The United States Congress will have its best opportunity to place the world’s largest aviation market on the path towards meeting the transportation and connectivity needs of the 21st Century.
6 September 2017
Keeping up the momentum for global adoption of MC99
This month, Thailand became the 127th party to ratify the Montreal Convention of 1999 when the instrument of accession was deposited with the ICAO.
23 August 2017
Enhancing Security without a Laptop Ban
Late last month we had some encouraging news from the US DHS. They announced security measures which, if implemented, will avoid a ban on passengers taking their laptops into the cabin when traveling.
13 July 2017
Russia and Global Standards
At its core, IATA is about global standards. Global standards unlock the value that aviation can create when they are implemented globally.
4 July 2017
On the need for faster certification of security equipment
Technological innovation continues to help aviation become ever safer, more sustainable and increasingly efficient.
23 June 2017
Taking a stake in ensuring ATM efficiency
Air Traffic Management is safe. But it is far from optimum efficiency.
19 June 2017
Three observations of 73rd IATA AGM
The 73rd IATA Annual General Meeting (AGM) and World Air Transport Summit is now history. It was a busy few days!
7 June 2017
Setting the scene for the AGM in Cancun
I am sharing my thoughts on the upcoming IATA Annual General Meeting in Cancun.
4 June 2017
Passenger experience - Safety
Taking a wider stance on overbooking
The United incident was shocking. We are committed to working with our members to apply lessons learned
16 April 2017
On Brexit and the 60th anniversary of the European Union
The EU has had a transformational impact in many areas, but perhaps few more significant than air transport.
31 March 2017
Improving the Passenger Experience One Order at a Time
When I travel for business, I make it a point to take advantage of technology to get me through the airport as quickly as possible.
13 January 2017
The uncertainties & opportunities of political change
Aviation makes the world a better place by facilitating trade & connecting people.
11 January 2017
Heathrow Expansion—getting it right!
Earlier this month the UK government approved the building of a third runway at London’s Heathrow Airport.
18 November 2016
Protecting the benefits of deregulation
The growth facilitated by commercial deregulation is testament to the benefits that it has created.
16 November 2016
Keeping aviation sustainable
Most of my attention is on ICAO right now - here's why.
27 September 2016
Stories in Statistics
Pondering why IATA releases traffic statistics each month...
14 September 2016
It’s my first day as IATA’s Director General and CEO. And this is my first blog post.
1 September 2016
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