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The 76th IATA Annual General Meeting (AGM) initially planned for 21-23 June 2020 is postponed to 23-24 November 2020
Financial assistance from governments is helping, but the number of airlines going under is growing. See Alexandre de Juniac’s 26 May briefing to the press.
IAAT is calling on the Australian Government to challenge the recommendations of the Productivity Commission’s final report that the existing regulatory regime is effective, and changes are not needed.
IATA is urging the Australian government to take the necessary and long overdue steps to strengthen the economic regulation of services provided by airports.
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 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.
Philip Ireland, IATA's Manager, World Wide Airport Slots, answered a series of questions around the topic of slots in India.
IATA called on India to improve on passenger facilitation and security processes in order to be bettler able to handle the expected traffic growth and meet the passenger experience expectations.