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IATA's 78th Annual General Meeting and World Air Transport Summit took place in June in Doha, Qatar, with some 300 media. Access all press resources for this major event in aviation.
The latest Value of Aviation reports are available for 10 aviation markets: Australia, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Republic of Korea, Singapore, and Thailand.
IATA welcomed Airservices Australia’s move to reduce air navigation service charges (ANS) from 1 July 2019, disappointed with Airways New Zealand's upcoming significant ANS increase.
IATA welcomes positive changes, prominently the establishment of an Economic Oversight Cell, to Pakistan’s comprehensive National Aviation Policy 2019.
IATA has expressed disappointment with the passing of the Departure Levy Bill by Malaysia’s Dewan Rakyat, and is urging for its implementation to be reconsidered.
IATA and the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) have signed an MoU that will see the two organizations develop a framework for the use of IOSA by CAAS to supplement its regulatory oversight of airlines operating in Singapore.
IATA urged Australia's Productivity Commission to further assess and take a more balanced account of the evidence presented by airlines in its inquiry on economic regulation of airports.