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.
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IATA Global Media Days is taking place 6-7 December in Geneva with some 100 journalists. Access all media material developed for this major press conference.
It is the first national airspace strategy published since IATA began approaching air navigation service providers to cooperate on strategic airspace planning
Poland has taken a big leap forward in seeking to modernize their airspace to unlock a host of economic and social benefits.
PublicationsEurope's capacity cliff (pdf)Economic benefits of European airspace modernization (pdf)
Airlines magazineExpect the unexpected (February 2021)