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The Future is Golden IATA's Director General & CEO editorial.
CEO Interview - Ethiopian Airlines The challenges in African aviation cannot overshadow the promise of a bright future, says Tewolde Gebremariam.
Special Report - Unlocking Africa's Potential Robust African economies are turning the continent into a success story. Can African airlines take advantage?
CEO interview - LufthansaDr Christoph Franz says that the solutions to industry problems must respect all stakeholders’ interests.
Talent - Attract and Retain It is timely to look at how airlines can best recruit, train, and retain the talent that will lead them to a sustainable future.
NDC - Getting Your Ducks in a Row Comments filed with the US Department of Transportation show widespread support for New Distribution Capability among airlines.
Infrastructure - Due Care and Attention Cost-effective infrastructure development is a keystone of sustainable growth.
Environmental Management - A Practical Appraoch Although climate change is a key focus of the industry’s environmental work, more down-to-earth issues remain.
Montreal Convention 1999 - A Roll of the Dice Signing up to the Montreal Convention 1999 would help to bring an end to the liability lottery that passengers currently face.
Soapbox - Made in the World Better border management would break down supply chain barriers and bolster air cargo’s vital role in world trade – by Carlos Grau Tanner.
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