Fly Net Zero is the commitment of airlines to achieve net zero carbon by 2050, bringing air transport in line with the Paris agreement to limit global warming to 1.5°C.
Rely on sound guidance for developing airport infrastructure that balances capacity with demand and efficiently meets user requirements while keeping up with evolving technology.
Offer your customers the most accurate CO2 emissions data. IATA CO2 Connect provides users with CO2 emissions calculations based on a best practice methodology. It incorporates airline data such as fuel burn, cabin design, and much more.
Acquire the new skills needed to meet the challenges of the road to recovery, from safety management to emergency planning and risk management.
Join the digital cargo community in Geneva and get the latest on regulations, standards, business processes, and technology, with a focus on the digital transition to ONE Record.
IATA Global Media Days took place 6-7 December in Geneva with some 100 journalists. Access all media material developed for this major press conference.
IATA has over 50 offices over the world, supporting our members in some 120 countries. The IATA regional pages are your access to regional priorities and news.