IATA's regional office for the Africa and Middle East (AME) is based in Amman and, along with its four country clusters, sustains the extraordinary dynamism of the region by responding to the needs of member airlines, accredited travel and cargo agents as well as industry partners.
We maintain close relations with governments, their agencies, the International Civil Aviation Organization Middle East (ICAO-MID), the African Airlines Association (AFRAA), the Arab Air Carriers Organization (AACO), the African Civil Aviation Commission (AFCAC), the African Union, airports, air navigation service providers and regional airline associations.
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Latest press releases
- IATA Proposes Three Interventions To Rebuild South Africa’s Tourism Industry & Create Jobs
- IATA Urges Kenyan Government to Reduce PCR Test Fees to Boost Air Travel, Economic Recovery
- IATA Urges Ethiopian Government to Maintain Support for Aviation
- IATA Urges Governments in the Middle East to Work Together to Develop a Roadmap for Aviation
- Financial Relief, Safe Reopening of Borders, and Planning for the Safe Restart of Operations for Africa
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