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 3, 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.
Removing the Differential in Passenger Service Charge - A Priority for KLIA
It is important that Malaysia, as a member of the ICAO Council, upholds the ICAO principle that there should be no discrimination if airlines are accessing the same level of facilities and services. Read More
IATA and BIAL Collaborate to Improve Airport Processes
Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL) and IATA are enhancing cooperation in various areas of airport operations, including security, passenger experience, cargo, airport development, consulting and training. Read More
Addressing Carbon Emissions at the 2016 ICAO Assembly
IATA is encouraging states in the Asia Pacific region to adopt a single global carbon offset mechanism to address carbon emissions from international aviation, when they gather in Montreal for the 39th ICAO Assembly in September. Read More
IATA Releases Value of Aviation Study for Asia Pacific Region
The Asia Pacific region is expected to achieve unprecedented long term growth in aviation. However, there is concern that the aviation infrastructure here is not keeping pace with such growth.The Value of Aviation Study underlines the need for Asia Pacific to get its infrastructure development and aviation policies right. Read More
IATA's Response to India's National Civil Aviation Plan
IATA has expressed concerns regarding changes made to the finalized National Civil Aviation Policy released by the Indian government, particularly with the policy on hybrid till. Read More
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